AZ Abolished Parole; Judges Still Include It in Sentences

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For more than two decades, Arizona prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges have been cutting plea deals and meting out a sentence that was abolished in 1993: Life with a chance of parole after 25 or 35 years, reports the Arizona Republic.  Some of those deals are about to come due. Danny Valdez was part of a 1995 . . .

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