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What is CrimeTime Online?
CrimeTime Online is free sentencing software created by George Dentes in 1996. In
2008, the New York Prosecutors Training Institute Inc. (NYPTI) embarked on a major
overhaul of George’s original programming, and made it a web-based application rather
than a stand alone, Windows only application. CrimeTime Online was released for
beta testing in November 2008 and, in keeping with George’s intent, released to
the general public in December 2008. For more information about George Dentes or
the history of CrimeTime please click here.
What Does CrimeTime Do?
CrimeTime quickly calculates permissible sentences for New York crimes, taking into
account the conviction and the defendant's age and criminal history.
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