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NM inmate release times reviewed

Complicated system led to late, early exits

By Patrick Lohmann
Albuquerque Journal 

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Anthony Madrid had lived outside prison bars for almost three months before state prison officials realized Wednesday he still had eight years left in his sentence.

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Within an hour of realizing the mistake, state Corrections Department officials returned Madrid to his state penitentiary cell.

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