Noah Lazore has finally been granted parole:
"A convicted killer whose release after 36 years in prison was supported by both the prosecutor who put him away and the incumbent district attorney has been granted parole. In a split decision, a three-commissioner panel of the Board of Parole noted Noah Lazore's "strong rehabilitative record," his "clean disciplinary record since 2007" and the fact that a new, legislatively mandated risk analysis concluded that he is "at low risk of felony violence, arrest and absconding." ... ..."
For complete reports, see:
Parole Granted to Murderer Who Had Prosecutors' Support, by John Caher (New York Law Journal, August 2 2012)
Prisoner's Bid for Parole Wins Support From Unlikely Allies, by John Caher (New York Law Journal, July 26 2012)