Victims and families of victims expressed their views Tuesday about proposed changes to New York's parole system that would allow any person who turns 55 and has been incarcerated for 15 years or more to be given an automatic opportunity to be heard before the parole board — regardless of their original sentence or the crimes for which they were convicted. Credit: James Carbone

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