Delegates weigh bill extending lifers’ parole eligibility

ANNAPOLIS – A criminal sentenced to life in prison in Maryland would have to serve at least 25 years before becoming eligible for parole – more than a decade longer than the current 11-and-a-half-year minimum – under legislation that came before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday. The measure to extend the time for parole eligibility, ...

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