The prison overcrowding problem is not going away any time soon. And for inmates serving life sentences this could mean little to no chance of having their sentence reassessed. The politics of sentencing reform is becoming more of an obstacle for “lifers” and close to 2000 Oklahoma inmates are the unfortunate victims of political differences. These inmates are made up of men and women, some of whom were convicted of crimes prior to reaching the age of 18. Denying the possibility of parole disregards one of the main purposes of the penal system, that of rehabilitation and a chance for change.
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