Who is Eligible for a Youth Offender Parole Hearing?

Generally speaking, a person sentenced to 30 years or more in state prison (regarded as the “functional equivalent of a “life sentence” for purposes of eligibility for a Franklin hearing is sentenced for a crime that was committed at age 25 or under, with certain exceptions) is keenly interested in being granted parole at the earliest possible time, which is a Youth Offender Parole Hearing. What are the exceptions to being eligible for such a hearing? To read more about who is eligible, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/who-is-eligible-for-a-youth-offender-parole-hearing.html

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