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Resource ID: #8796
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: Detroit News
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Detroit News and Free Press looks at Michigan's Parole Board, which releases violent criminals from prison after serving just a fraction of their sentences; profiles the case of a paroled man who killed an eighth-grade girl after his release--he was termed a "reasonable risk" by the state board; finds prison overcrowding contributes to early parole, and the parole board frequently violates state laws and regulations by releasing inmates without jobs or education plans, July 18, 1992.

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