The state's district attorneys, riled over Prater's findings last year, want the Legislature this session to change the way inmates are allowed to request commutations. In response to that move, parole board Chairman Marc Dreyer asked lawmakers to give the board a year “to try to prove that we have turned the corner, the ship is upright.”
Prater clearly believes more time isn't the answer, that only an overhaul will do. We'll know by end of business Friday whether this fight will escalate further.
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