Lee Boyd Malvo, a convicted felon known for his participation in a series of murders called the "Beltway sniper attacks."
Judge Robert McDonald wrote, "As a practical matter, this may be an academic question in Mr. Malvo’s case, as he would first have to be granted parole in Virginia before his consecutive life sentences in Maryland even begin." This is due to the fact that Malvo still has multiple life sentences to serve from the state of Virginia.
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