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  • Murder convict receives state’s first commutation hearing in six years

    Boston Globe - 08/31/2020

    Massachusetts stands in stark contrast to a number of other states where governors have routinely commuted the sentences of inmates as part of a national trend to reduce mass incarceration, according to Michael Meltsner, a Northeastern University Law School professor. 

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