Skip to comments.DOJ announces clemency overhaul, allows release for some after 10 years
Posted on 04/23/2014 8:17:10 AM PDT by ColdOne
The Justice Department moved Wednesday to significantly expand the number of people eligible for clemency, issuing new guidelines allowing certain prisoners who already have served at least 10 years behind bars to apply for release. The initiative is part of a broader Obama administration effort to ease sentences for nonviolent drug offenders. Deputy Attorney General James Cole outlined the changes, which include six separate criteria inmates must meet to be eligible, on Wednesday morning. Among the requirements is that inmates must have served at least 10 years of their federal sentence and not have a "significant criminal history." They must be "non-violent, low-level offenders" with no significant ties to major gangs, have a record of good conduct in prison, and have no history of violence.
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And just what will these people do when they get out in order to make a living? Their only skills are basically illegal ones.
Will all be equal for this?
or again will ONLY blacks, Democrats, and al Qaeda
(of course) get off, free of all Law to increase
Obama’s internal army?
“nonviolent drug offenders” THAT SHOULD MAKE YOUR TWELVE FEEL MUCH SAFER.
The RAT party will take vote’s any way they can get them.
If they can have "get out of jail" free cards, why can't we have "get out of taxes" free cards?