2020年1月3日 星期五

Can You Talk Your Way Out of a Life Sentence?

Telling life stories for parole.
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Nearly 40,000 inmates are serving life sentences in California’s prisons. But new laws have allowed some of them to be eligible for parole — if they can make the case to the parole board that they are suitable candidates for release. In our cover story this week, Dashka Slater follows two such parole-seeking lifers who must try to tell their life story in a way that proves they have reckoned with their pasts.

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