ORDER OF AFFIRMANCE
Erik Provencal appeals from an order of the district court dismissing a postconviction petition for a writ of habeas corpus filed on December 26, 2017. First Judicial District Court, Carson City; James Todd Russell, Judge.
This appeal has been submitted for decision without oral argument and we conclude the record is sufficient for our review and briefing is unwarranted. NRAP 34(f)(3), (g).
In his petition, Provencal claimed the Nevada Department of Corrections (NDOC) improperly declined to apply his statutory credits to the minimum term of his sentence. The district court found Provencal was not entitled to relief because he is currently serving a prison sentence for driving and/or being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or alcohol resulting in death, a category B felony, see NRS 484C.430(1), and he committed this offense in 2015. Based on these findings, the district court concluded NDOC may only apply Provencal's credits toward his maximum term pursuant to NRS 209.4465(8)(d). Given these circumstances, we conclude the district court did not err by denying this claim.
Provencal also claimed the failure of NDOC to apply his credits toward his minimum term violated the Ex Post Facto clause. We conclude Provencal failed to demonstrate a violation because NRS 209.4465(7)(b) and NRS 209.4465(8) were in effect at the time he committed his crime and, therefore, were properly applied to him. See Weaver v. Graham, 450 U.S. 24, 28-29 (1981). Accordingly, we
ORDER the judgment of the district court AFFIRMED.
Bulla cc: Hon. James Todd Russell, District Judge
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