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Study finds low recidivism, potential savings to releasing older prisoners (access required)

Though Maryland's prison population is down and legislative changes have reduced sentences for a number of nonviolent offenses, the reform discussion has not addressed a significant portion of the prison population: violent offenders who have served decades of their life sentences and not been paroled. The national nonprofit Justice Policy Institute argues that "geriatric" inmates can ...

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