Next Episode of Judgment Day: Prison or Parole? is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Every year in America, more than a quarter of a million inmates become eligible for parole – most of those seeking early release will be denied, but a large percentage are released from prison before serving their full sentences. Upon release, two thirds of these parolees will commit a crime that sends them back behind bars, making the decision to release an inmate early a high stakes decision for all involved. Judgment Day: Prison or Parole? takes viewers inside the emotional and potentially troubling process of parole hearings in a three-part original series
Coming before the Colorado Board of Parole is Benny Sandoval, who has served 17 years of his 25-year sentence for 1st degree attempted murder, a crime he committed at the age of 16. North in Wyoming, Steve Barela, convicted of 2nd degree murder of his wife, hopes the board will give him a chance at parole.
James Sturman, convicted of killing his girlfriend, hopes to be paroled to a halfway house. Joshua Buckles wants to put his violent crime in the past. And in Colorado, Jordan Epperson hopes to impress the board and be returned to his hometown in Arizona.
Eric Felix has served five years for criminal negligent homicide. Travis McLennan, convicted of sexual abuse of a minor, hopes the board can look past his poor decisions. The parole boards must decide if they are safe for release.
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