What should “parolable life” mean? Judges respond to the controversy
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What should “parolable life” mean? Judges respond to the controversy

Prisons and Corrections Section  |  March 2002

This “Report of a Survey Conducted by The Prisons and Corrections Section State Bar of Michigan” is an important document that provides an essential understanding of judges’ intent when they sentenced people to life with the possibility of parole. The report is critical reading for today’s debates on parole board policies. Click here to read the full report.

 

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