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CURE-NY WINTER/SPRING NEWSLETTER 2018

CURE New York Online Issue Winter/Spring 2018 CURE-NY The New York Chapter of National CURE Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants PO Box 182 Hopewell Junction, NY 12533 We desperately need your support to continue publishing our newsletter, please … Continue reading

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Judge tosses suit seeking to block parole of cops’ killer

ALBANY, N.Y. — A New York judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to block the parole of an ex-radical who fatally shot two New York City police officers in 1971. State Supreme Court Justice Richard Koweek ruled Friday that … Continue reading

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CURE Conference video, Las Vegas 2017

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Inmate advocates urge Cuomo to ditch rules on bringing packages to state prisons

Family and friends of state prisoners launched a postcard campaign protesting the Cuomo administration’s new package system requiring they use selected online vendors. The inmate advocates began sending postcards on Wednesday urging the Department of Corrections to stop its pilot … Continue reading

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The Practical Case for Parole for Violent Offenders By MARC MORJÉ HOWARDAUG. 8, 2017

The American criminal justice system is exceptional, in the worst way possible: It combines exceptionally coercive plea bargaining, exceptionally long sentences, exceptionally brutal prison conditions and exceptionally difficult obstacles to societal re-entry. This punitiveness makes us stand out as uniquely … Continue reading

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New York now considers youth as a factor for inmates’ parole Tweet email

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Parole officials in New York are now considering an offender’s age at the time of their crime in response to court rulings that juvenile offenders serving life sentences must have a meaningful shot at release.  The … Continue reading

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New York’s Parole System Is ‘Broken,’ But Cuomo Can Help Fix It by Victoria Law June 5, 2017

Judith Clark is what many would consider a model prisoner. During her 35 years at a maximum-security women’s prison in Bedford Hills, New York, she created and worked in many programs for her fellow inmates, including those dedicated to AIDS … Continue reading

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