Category: parole

by RODNEY FENNER

A petition was just started to pass the laws that would bring back 65% and parole in Virginia for prisoners. Mass incarceration and lengthy sentences have to stop. Please support and sign the petition. Post it up anywhere and everywhere on social media. We’re aiming at 100,000 signatures, […]

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by Marjorie Thornton

hello. my name is Marjorie Thornton. I am 43 years old and I’m currently incarcerated at Pulaski State Prison. I’m serving a Life sentence for murder. I’ve been locked up for 18 years and I’m hoping to make parole sometime soon. My situation was domesticated…..unhealthy….. violent…. abusive…..I take […]

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From The Pages of Freedom Fighters, by Mark Blain

Well, readers of the “inmateblogger.com,” I find myself in a rather predicament and needing your assistance, if at all possible. I’ve been incarcerated for nearly 40-years now. I have been eligible for parole, under Virginia’s “Old Law” statutes (pre-1995), for 20-years of that 40. During that period I […]

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Parole in Virginia, by Robert Rambo

Now that the Democrats have gained control of the Virginia House and Senate, will Virginia reinstate parole and why should they? In my opinion, parole should be reinstated and here’s why. In1995, Virginia adopted a “tough on crime” policy as a way to deter crime in the Commonwealth. […]

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