John Maguire

Parole Board

Interviews Set For Mass. Parole Board Nominees

The Governor’s Council is set to begin hearings on Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick’s nominees to the embattled state parole board.


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Lawmakers Seek Parole Changes After Woburn Officer Killing

A bipartisan group of Massachusetts lawmakers wants to do away with parole for anyone serving more than one life sentence after a parolee released from three life sentences allegedly killed a police officer.


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Remaining Parole Board Members Stay Silent

The resignation of five parole board members had everyone talking Friday, everyone except the two remaining members.


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Inmates Taken Off Pre-Release Programs After Officer Shooting

Since the killing of Woburn police officer John Maguire, the Department of Corrections has ordered seven “second-degree lifers” out of pre-release programs and back into the general prison population in higher security facilities.


State Parole Board Chairman Mark Conrad

Parole Board Chair: ‘Heart Goes Out To Maguire Family’

The chairman of the state parole board offered his condolences to the family of Woburn police officer Jack Maguire Tuesday.


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Not A Good Time To Ask For Parole

After the release of Dominic Cinelli, the Massachusetts Parole Board may be reluctant to grant parole to anyone with a history of violence.

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Officers packed the Aleppo Shrine Auditorium in Wilmington Friday for the funeral.

Thousands Pay Respects At Woburn Officer’s Funeral

Thousands of police officers attended the funeral Friday for a veteran Woburn officer who was shot and killed last weekend.


Dominic Cinelli at his hearing before the parole board in November 2008.

DA: We Were Never Told Of Parole Hearing

The Middlesex district attorney’s office would have objected to parole for a career criminal who killed a Woburn police officer, but they were never notified of his parole hearing.


Dominic Cinelli at his hearing before the parole board in November 2008.

Parole Board Video Shows ‘Deeply Sorry’ Career Criminal

A career criminal who killed a police officer Sunday told the state parole board back in 2008 that he was a changed person.