Consecutive Life-Sentences                                                                                                                              

A criminal who receives a life sentence must serve 15 to 25 years in jail before becoming eligible for release.

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When the defendant commits two or more crimes, they are given consecutive life terms. The number of years until a defendant is eligible for parole would increase as a result of......SWIPE UP>>>>

A prisoner serving a life sentence will not be allowed to leave their cell as long as they are alive in order to protect the public from any threat they may pose to society.

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People frequently ponder how a criminal may serve more than one life sentence as the word “life sentence” implies that a criminal would be imprisoned until they pass away.

Even though it may sound silly, looking at the data and statistics on life in prison will make it easier for someone to see why a consecutive life sentence is necessary.

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Each offense that calls for a life sentence will often result in a life sentence being imposed on the perpetrator. Therefore, if a criminal is found guilty of three murders...... SWIPE UP>>>>

Because the culprit has been punished for each distinct crime they have done, many people think that handing a convict repeated life terms comforts the victim’s family members