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'D.C. Sniper' Malvo can seek parole after change in Virginia law

Reuters Monday, 24 February 2020
'D.C. Sniper' Malvo can seek parole after change in Virginia lawLee Boyd Malvo, who was 17 when he took part in the deadly 2002 "D.C. Sniper" shooting spree in the Washington area, will get a chance to seek parole in Virginia following a change in state law enacted on Monday, preempting a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the matter.
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News video: DC Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Could Apply For Parole In 2024 Thanks To New Law

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Lee Boyd Malvo, the Washington, D.C., area sniper, and Virginia agreed Monday to dismiss a pending Supreme Court case after the state changed criminal sentencing law for juveniles.

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