Pamela Smart is again asking for a chance at freedom nearly three decades after she was sentenced to life in prison without parole for recruiting her teenage lover to kill her husband in New Hampshire, a scandal that inspired a movie starring Nicole Kidman. Smart, 51, has exhausted her appeal opportunities since she was imprisoned in 1991. She's petitioned New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and a five-member council that approves government appointments, contracts and pardons to grant her a hearing for parole consideration or reduce her sentence. The council meets Wednesday; it denied a similar request nearly 14 years ago. [Pamela Smart Asks Governor Sununu and Council to Commute Her Life Sentence] Smart, a high school media coordinator, was convicted...
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Pamela Smart Seeks Reduced Sentence in Husband's Death