What are my rights in the parole process?

As of July 2001, victims are permitted to read a prepared statement at National Parole Board hearings. The statement can also be presented on audio or videotape. Previously victims could submit a written statement to the Board but they were not allowed to say anything. 

Mennonite Central Committee Canada. (2011). Getting through the maze: A guidebook for survivors of homicide.

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