Michelle Carter denied early release from prison by Mass. Parole Board

Michelle Carter in a Feb. 11 booking

Michelle Carter in a Feb. 11 booking

Carter, now 22, has served seven months of her 15-month sentence at the Bristol County House of Correction in Dartmouth, Massachusetts for involuntary manslaughter in Conrad Roy III's 2014 death.

The decision goes on to say that Carter "needs to further address" the factors that led to her offense. Roy was found dead at age 18 after he let his truck fill with carbon monoxide in a parking lot.

Her attorney, Joseph Cataldo, slammed the board's ruling to The Boston Globe, arguing that it was based on an "incorrect and unsafe prior legal ruling" of the state Supreme Judicial Court upholding Carter's conviction.

Police said Carter deliberately misled friends in the days and hours before Roy died, claiming to them that he'd gone missing at the same time the two of them were in contact.

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The state parole board has denied Michelle Carter's request to be released early from prison.

Roy detailed his mental health struggles to Carter many times leading up to his death on July 12, 2014.

Michelle Carter heads into the parole board office of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in Natick, Massachusetts. "She's earned nearly two months good time off".

Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 after her 18-year-old boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, died of carbon monoxide poisoning from locking himself in his truck in MA in 2014. "You can't think about it You just have to do it?" In addition to her statement that she told Roy to "get back in" as he expressed a desire to abort his fatal plan, Carter initially failed to tell anyone else about it, the judge noted. Carter then told him to "get back" in the vehicle, the report said.

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Carter's legal team has been trying to appeal her conviction, claiming it violated both her First Amendment right to free speech and her Fifth Amendment right to due process.

'I was on the phone with him and he got out of the auto because it was working and he got scared and I f***ing told him to get back in'.

Michelle Carter in a February 11 booking photo.

'Our common law provides sufficient notice that a person might be charged with involuntary manslaughter for reckless or wanton conduct, including verbal conduct, causing a victim to commit suicide, ' the SJC declared.

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Cataldo, Carter's attorney, said Friday, "It is never in society's best interest to incarcerate anyone for the content of their speech where there was not a specific statute criminalizing such speech at the time it was made".

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