Report to support parole reform

In early 2012 Governor Martin O’Malley denied 57 individuals serving parole eligible life sentences, citing former Governor Glendening’s “Life means Life policy. (Glendening no longer has this position) In April 2012 the Unger decisions was decided affecting well over 200 people serving parole eligible life sentences. (at the publishing of this report 17 of those denied in 2012 have been released under the Unger decision) This report intends to demonstrate that those denied parole in 2012, not affected by the Unger decision are equally deserving of a meaningful opportunity of release.

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published this page in MRJI Blog 2014-12-09 12:31:36 -0800