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You wouldn't flinch if he approached you on a dark and empty sidewalk. But when he was 15, Nelson sneaked up behind a middle-aged man and cracked his skull with a baseball bat...Charged as an adult, Nelson pleaded guilty in 1998 to first-degree
Popular Tags Archives Feeds by Randall Sondai Ellis Are you aware of California Senate Bill 260 by Sen. Loni Hancock? It deals with youth offenders' parole hearings and was signed into law Sept. 16, 2013, by the governor. It requires the parole board
It's Day 11 of the partial government shutdown and the White House and Congress appear to have taken their first real steps toward resolving it. Staff-level negotiations were going on late into the night Thursday; Friday dawns with great anticipation.
When the 23-year-old was a teenager who had been convicted of five felonies, including attempted murder, she imposed a prison sentence so long 85 years to life that he won't be eligible for parole until he's 99 years old...His is the first case
N.Y. Former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski has lost his bid for a new parole hearing. Kozlowski was denied parole in April 2012 on his sentence in a $100 million fraud case. He challenged the decision and a mid-level appeals court ruled Tuesday that the
Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina denied parole Maria Alyokhina began a hunger strike in protest at being unable to attend her parole hearing A Russian court has denied parole to a member of punk band Pussy Riot who has begun a hunger strike in jail.
Keep Jon Venables in jail, says James Bulger's mother Jon Venables, pictured in 1993, was jailed again in 2010 The mother of murdered toddler James Bulger has urged officials considering parole for one of his killers to keep him locked up. Jon
Russia (AP) An imprisoned member of the punk band Pussy Riot says she is going on hunger strike after a judge refused to allow her to attend a court hearing where she was seeking release on parole. Maria Alekhina, watching the trial from a prison
May 21 The Kansas City Star A Kansas City, North, producer of child pornography, sentenced to 30 years in state prison more than a decade ago, now faces federal charges just ahead of a fall parole hearing. More News Federal prosecutors in Kansas City
The Conservative government is throwing its support behind a private member's bill aimed at giving victims better access to parole board hearings and limiting the frequency of reviews for violent offenders. Bill C-479, introduced by Conservative MP