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Michigan Parole Board hearing--Robert Lee Harris, #193983
September 09, 2004
Leo Lalonde (517) 373-6391Contact:
SEPTEMBER 7, 2004
It will be at 9 a.m. at the Dale Foltz Training Center, Jackson. The Michigan Parole Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, September 23, 2004, to consider the possible parole of Robert Lee Harris, #193983.
He was sentenced on June 3, 1988, from Wayne County. Robert Harris is serving a sentence for delivery of over 650 grams of cocaine.
John S. Rubitschun, Chairman of the Michigan Parole Board, will conduct the hearing under the provisions of the Lifer Law, MCLA 791.234(6).
Under the Lifer Law, those serving life sentences for a crime committed prior to Oct. 1, 1992, other than first-degree murder or certain drug law cases, must serve ten calendar years before the parole board can obtain jurisdiction.
Michigan Department of Corrections 09-07-04