back-to-back life sentences

Definition of "back-to-back life sentences"
  1. Consecutive life terms served one after another when a person is convicted of multiple crimes, each requiring a life term
How to use "back-to-back life sentences" in a sentence
  1. He was given back-to-back life sentences, making his chances of parole slim.
  2. The prosecutor is asking for back-to-back life sentences for the multiple charges.
  3. Back-to-back life sentences ensure that he will serve at least forty years before parole is a possibility.

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