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How crime victims will be ‘letting their voices be heard’ before state parole board in Hall
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Bookmarks were passed out to visitors at the Hall County Sheriff's Office Friday, April 13, 2018, during the annual ceremony to commemorate Victim's Rights Week. - photo by Scott Rogers
For the first time for Hall County, the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles will host a “Victims Visitors’ Day” at Lakewood Baptist Church this month, where board members meet face-to-face with crime victims. For board spokesman Steve Hayes, it’s about “letting their voices be heard.”