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Back-to-back life sentences

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Man receives back-to-back life sentences after being found guilty of killing 2 Green Bay residents i

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UPDATE: Judge gives back-to-back life sentences to convicted killer of Manitowoc man and daughter in

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Judge gives convicted rapist 12 consecutive life sentences

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UPDATE: Oconto man guilty of killing 2 Green Bay residents in 1976 receives back-to-back life senten

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Woman gets 2 life sentences for murder of Pawtucket dad

In judicial practice, back-to-back life sentences are two or more consecutive life sentences given to a felon. This penalty is typically used to prevent the felon from ever getting released from prison.
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