Appellate Judges Ponder Obligations of Applicant for Parole and Agency
The obligation of an applicant to disclose all the facts of her case versus the parole board's responsibility to dig up relevant information on its own prompted a lively debate before the First Department in a case where the court has been asked to decide if the board can "rescind" an already-granted release.
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