The case, in which survivors came forward to voice their opposition to the offender's release after parole had already been granted, was viewed as a key test of the parole board's rescission power, especially since six former commissioners submitted a joint amicus brief urging the Third Department to set a higher standard.
Upstate Panel Finds Board Had Right to Rescind Parole
New York Law Journal
December 28, 2012
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