The Power, Politics, and Problems of Parole

Here again from the nonprofit Marshall Project is this balanced, sobering look at our nation’s parole boards, part of its months-long investigation into our modern use and disuse of parole, especially in cases of a life sentence with the possibility of parole.

We may define parole in that context as the provisional release of a prisoner before the end of his maximum sentence based on his surrendering to certain conditions.

And it may be a tough nut to crack, but we must strive to do better than this.

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