Advocates Recite Shortcomings of N.Y. Parole Review Process

, New York Law Journal


Several dozen parole-reform advocates convened on a legislative hearing Wednesday where the reform-minded chairman offered hope that a process increasingly criticized by the courts is ripe for change.

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  • Matthew F Guilbault, Esq.

    Finally someone sees this for what it is! Political appointees fear granting anyone parole for fear of losing their cushy jobs. Reform is needed now! Let's start making the corrections system 'correctional" and not purely punative!

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