Violent crime devastates families, who can spend years spend years seeking justice for themselves and their loved ones. Victims’ advocates are among those closely watching two laws that could change parole laws for violent offenders, including allowing those convicted of first degree murder a parole hearing after twenty-five years. The current state law mandates life in prison without the possibility of parole for that offense. Carolle McGrath spoke with Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni and Hampden County Victim-Witness Unit Director Jane Chevalier to hear their perspective on the proposed parole law changes.