Kozlowski sues New York Parole Board for denying his release
The board denied the 65-year-old Kozlowski’s request for parole in April “due to concern for the public safety and welfare.” Kozlowski was sentenced to 8 1/3 to 25 years in prison in 2005 after a Manhattan jury found him guilty. He began serving his sentence in September of that year and will be eligible for parole again in January 2014.
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