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Younger of two brothers convicted of murdering parents quietly released after 18 years in prison
Dingman, however, will remain on parole for the rest of his life, New Hampshire Adult Parole Board executive assistant Andrea J. Goldberg said Tuesday.
Dingman's attorney, Mark Stevens of Salem, said his client hopes to make a "quiet re-entry back into society."
The three-member adult parole board granted Dingman conditional parole Dec. 5. Noting Dingman had been incarcerated since he was a Rochester Middle School student, the board expressed concerned Dingman never learned to drive, owned a cell phone or held a bank account.
The board ordered Dingman to get professional counseling and undergo an evaluation, learn to budget, bank, rent an apartment and develop a more substantial relationship with his mother's sister, Elizabeth Landry, and her husband, Maurice, of Greenfield. The couple supported Dingman's release on parole.
Dingman is being supervised by the parole department's Manchester district office.
Elizabeth Landry told the parole board that she and her husband, Maurice, forgave Jeffrey Dingman and wanted to give him a second chance. They told the board they plan to take him to movies and other social and recreational events.
He also received a seven- to 15-year sentence consecutive to his life sentences.
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