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Learn more about Parole Hearings
In 2010 the Conservative government introduced a crime bill which would kill the so-called faint hope clause that allows some people serving life sentences to apply for parole after 15 years (instead of the usual 25 common for first-degree murder and other life sentence convictions). Opponents of the crime bill argue that extended prison sentences are cruel and will cost the government tens of millions of dollars per year.Proponents argue that 15 years is too short of a prison term for people serving life sentences. See recent parole hearings news
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There are too many instances where poor, uneducated, lose when having a bad lawyer appointed to them. Also bad 'expert' witness testimony, poor police investigation, many mitigating circumstances have proven lately [cops lying in court]. Life is... 2 years ago from a Communist in Georgetown
Depends on circumstances ie the mental health and attitude of inmate. And there should be more rehabilitation in prisons to support them coming out. 3 years ago from a Communist in New Westminster