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2012
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You can’t be imprisoned indefinitely without a chance of getting out

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An "indeterminate" prison sentence means people can be in prison forever unless they demonstrate they are safe for release. But that meant they needed to be given reasonable opportunity to prove they had become safe for release.

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You can’t be imprisoned indefinitely without a chance of getting out
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