By: Shantel Destra, City & State NY - ... criminal justice advocates have pushed for the passage of two popular parole reform bills. The Elder Parole bill would make older people who have already served more than 15 years in prison eligible for parole, while the Fair & Timely Parole bill would direct parole boards to consider evidence of people’s rehabilitation, not just the severity of their original crimes...
By: Peter Sterne, City & State New York - Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark is supporting the passage of two bills that would allow people who have served long prison sentences to be eligible for parole.
By: Niall Stanage, The Hill, "The killing of a troubled man in a New York City subway car earlier this week has ignited a political firestorm...."
January 4, 2022: Gwynne Hogan, WNYC/Gothamist
August 15, 2021: Mark Shervington, AM/NY
Manhattan D.A. candidates vow to reduce lengthy sentences—but sharp differences between their approaches remain April 28, 2021: Sam Mellins, New York Focus