August 9, 2020

By Reggie Garcia

Hastings Tribune: Many who have died of COVID-19 in Florida's prisons were eligible for parole

Reggie Garcia - Florida Clemency Lawyer

Hastings Tribune reprinted an article from Orlando Sentinel, in which Reggie Garcia was quoted about speeding the process of grating supervised release to those eligible.

Reggie Garcia, an attorney who has written a book about Florida's parole system, estimated it typically takes 10 years after someone becomes eligible for parole for the commission to grant supervised release.

"I wish the process went faster, especially because of the virus," Garcia said. "They have the inherent discretion ... to consider the medical component now."

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