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Definition of a Concurrent Sentence

A concurrent sentence is one where the person is serving time for more than one crime at the same time (concurrently), as opposed to consecutively. For instance, if John is convicted of one crime that carries a 3-year prison sentence and another crime that carries a 9-year prison sentence, but is serving time concurrently, than he will only serve a total of 9-years in prison. 

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