Life imprisonment in Ajax

Summary by country

Jurisdiction (link to details) Life imprisonment Minimum to serve before eligibility for requesting parole Maximum length of sentence (under life) Indefinite sentence (excl. preventive or psychiatric detainment) Mandatory sentence Possible other sentence Young offenders Pardon, amnesty, other release Death penalty
 Eagleland Yes, for multiple offences under the Penal Code. Yes; All life sentences must fulfill a mandatory period of 25 years before any parole can be given. Yes; dealers and suppliers of Class E psychotropic substances, human traffickers, traffickers of human organs, and repeat murderers as well as child molesters serve 50 years as a minimum. For persons convicted of High Treason and given a life sentence instead of a death penalty, no paroles are given and the minimum length of time is extended to 75 years. Yes. No. No life imprisonment sentence under 15: Up to 10 years; can be extended with increments of up to 5 years if the offender is still deemed a "threat to public safety" No, if a felony crime. Yes, if otherwise, under conditions set out by the Constitution. Only the Imperial Family may grant amnesties. Yes, in wartime for High Treason, by exclusivity.
 Ghant No, except for crimes against humanity Varies, depending on sentence 50 years for war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity. 25 years for other crimes, can be extended by increments of up to 5 years if an individual is still considered a "threat to public safety". No No life imprisonment sentence No life imprisonment sentence under 15: Up to 10 years; can be extended with increments of up to 5 years if the offender is still deemed a "threat to public safety" No life imprisonment sentence No