Senate Bill 16 would allow juveniles convicted of second-degree murder eligible for parole after serving 30 years, have no disciplinary issues, complete a GED, substance abuse treatment and 100 hours of reentry programming.
Due to widespread criminal misconduct of a lab’s chemist in analyzing drug samples, Massachusetts has decided to dismiss approximately 20,000 drug convictions.
In Asheville, NC, a three judge panel declared two men innocent of the murder charge to which they had confessed and ordered their immediate release. Lawyers for Kenneth Kagonyera and more »
While ParoleNow.com is really a website focused on parole in the United States, with the seemingly consistent court and politician inclination toward “lock ’em up and keep ’em there” we more »
Without a doubt the December killing of Woburn police officer John Maguire by a parolee was sad and reprehensible, but the effect was just as sad and has affected more more »