Low Repeat-Crime Rate For Alabama Early Parolees

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One year after Alabama began speedy paroles to relieve prison crowding, most of the thousands of prisoners freed early appear to be staying out of trouble, says the Birmingham News. The state Board of Pardons and Paroles has paroled 3,637 people on “special dockets” for nonviolent offenders. Of those, 155 or 4 percent, have returned
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