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Maxing Out: The Consequences

  • Aired: 07/13/2014
  • 26:48
  • Rating: NR
Parolees are less likely to commit new crimes, yet, in New Jersey, prison inmates are increasingly less likely to get paroled. A new national report says that's a problem. Guests: Rutgers Law Professor Doug Eakeley, State Senator Ray Lesniak and Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll.
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Parole in NJ. It's an option increasingly rejected, as 40% of inmates max out.
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