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Serving as pro bono counsel to inmate David Coleman has dramatized the irreconcilability of two basic principles of New York parole law. Namely, parole cannot be granted solely for good conduct while incarcerated (Executive Law §259-i(c)(A)), yet parole cannot be denied solely on the basis of the underlying crime (Anthony v. New York State Div. of Parole, No. 06 Civ. 180, 83 N.Y.2d 788).
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