A latest report by the Justice Coverage Institute has documented a pointy decline in parole grants for eligible individuals over the age of 40, regardless of analysis indicating prison conduct decreases with age, Dylan Segelbaum reports for The Baltimore Banner. Maryland’s parole system for people serving life sentences has been going through criticism for extreme denials and a scarcity of consideration for private progress.
The report highlights flaws in decision-making and the report authors counsel evidence-based reforms and emphasize the necessity for parole to facilitate reintegration into society.
Source / Picture: thecrimereport.org
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