- South Carolina State Law
- United States of America
More than half of convicted felons guilty of first-degree murder who are aloud eligibility for parole are recommitted with in two years of being released for recidivism.
My proposal is for the State of South Carolina to remove the eligibility for parole on peoples who have been convicted of premeditated murder and sentenced to a life sentence in jail for the safety of the civilians within the state itself and to minimize trauma to the family of the victim.
The Deny Parole for Life Sentences on Premeditated Murderer petition to South Carolina State Law was written by Julia and is in the category Local Government at GoPetition.