Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law the chemical castration of child molesters as a condition of their parole. The new law goes into effect in September.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has clarified the procedures an inmate must follow to dispute the determination of parole eligibility for consecutive sentences. The clarification arose from a case when more »
Last week Assembly Bill 286 was introduced by state Rep. Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc. Teh bill, in effect, allows employers to refuse to hire someone because they are a felon and, more »
This is reprinted with permission from TexasParoleNow.com. “As reported on ParoleNow.com last week, an Austin federal judge agreed with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals that the Texas Board of Pardons and more »
Our sister site, TexasParoleNow, reported earlier on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruling that the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole could not impose sex offender conditions on parolees more »