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Convicted Cop-Killer Set to be Released on Parole

Margaret Mosomillo—widow of NYPD officer Anthony Mosomillo—wasn't even notified of the parole hearing during which parole was granted to Betsy Ramos.

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No Parole for Cop Killers

Far too many individuals convicted of murdering a law enforcement officer have been allowed to walk free on parole.

Parole Denied for Minnesota Cop Killer

The man who shot and killed Minneapolis Police Officer Richard Miller in 1981 was denied parole at a hearing late last week.

Man Convicted of Assaulting Officers Wants Early Release

Ex-boxer Richard Edson violently attacked Deputy Judy Estes in 2003 while she was attempting to arrest him for driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 22 to 60 years behind bars.

California Legislature Considers Bill to Reduce Parole Time for Violent Offenders

According to the California Globe, AB 1182 would drop the parole-service requirement from either two or three years to either one or two years for high-risk offenders. AB 1182 also strips the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation of its ability to recommend certain offenders be retained on parole.

Ohio Cop Killer and Accomplice Now Up for Parole

Wayne Reed and Russell Bell have both previously been denied parole.

California Governor Jerry Brown Commutes 20 Murder Convicts' Sentences

With only four months left in office, California Governor Jerry Brown is busy commuting the sentences of more than 1,000 people convicted of a variety of crimes, including drug dealing, driving while intoxicated, and forgery.

Minnesota Cop Killer Released to Halfway House

The man convicted of killing Minneapolis Police Officer Richard Miller in 1981 has been released from jail and sent to a halfway house as part of a work-release program.

New York Cop Killer Granted Parole

Robert Hayes—who has spent the past 44 years in prison—had been denied parole 10 previous times.

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NY Parole Board That Released Cop Killer Broke Law, Police Union Charges

The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association is trying to use this alleged misstep to demand a new hearing for Bell, who is expected to be released from prison this month.