Critics Concerned Over Ohio Parole Board Changes
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#1 Nov 6, 2012
The parole board is doing it's job. How many paroled stay out of trouble versus the few that slip by?? And we don't need prosecutors having a say in it. If they had their way, every case before them would go to prison for life. Advocates only see one side of the issue, and are also prejudiced against paroles.
If they are so damned concerned, let the prosecutors call the victim side when they get notice of release.
There are too many laws in this country, it will be a police state at the rate they are passing laws. And we can't have a new one for every brutal act. There needs to be a serious review of laws on the books by professionals, not legislators, to see how many of them are too many, or go overboard on the crime.
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