The Israel Prison Service's parole board decided Monday to shorten the sentence of Barak Hirschson, son former finance minister Avhrama Hirschson, who was imprisoned on February 13 for drunk driving on his motorcycle and causing an accident in which his girlfriend was injured, Channel 10 reported.
Hirschon, was expected to be released next month after serving four months of his initial seven-month sentence.
The parole board based its decision, on Hirschson's display of good behavior and quick rehabilitation.
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