An appeals court ordered a new parole hearing for an inmate denied release for violent behavior that he said occurred while he was improperly denied medication in prison for schizo-affective behavior and other mental illnesses.

A panel of the Appellate Division, Third Department, ruled unanimously that it was “irrational” for a parole board to deny releasing Philip Hawthorne based almost exclusively on his misbehavior while off his medications.

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