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Michael Cox could be the first person the Board of Pardons and Paroles grants a commutation to since 2019. The board received 22 completed applications in its first open application period since revamping the commutation program, said Richard Sparaco, the BOPP’s executive director. Of those, six were advanced to a 10-minute prescreen hearing on Sept. 14, during which all but Cox’s application were deemed unsuitable. Board members will consider whether to commute Cox’s sentence during a virtual hearing on Nov. 19. They are currently accepting new applications for another prescreen hearing on Nov. 10. They will consider the suitable applicants in a full hearing in January.
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