'Law & Order' Creator Dick Wolf Says Menendez Brothers' Sentence Was Too Harsh - NBC New York

'Law & Order' Creator Dick Wolf Says Menendez Brothers' Sentence Was Too Harsh

Wolf is producing an eight-episode miniseries for NBC about the brothers, who were convicted of killing their parents in 1996

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    TV producer Dick Wolf says he thinks Eric and Lyle Menendez got a harsh sentence when they were convicted of killing their parents in 1996.

    Wolf is producing an eight-episode miniseries for NBC called "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders."

    He told a group of TV critics Thursday that the brothers should probably have been let out of jail eight to 10 years ago and convicted of first degree manslaughter over murder, which has less moral blame.

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    "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders" is the first in a new anthology series from Wolf. It also stars Edie Falco, Josh Charles and Heather Graham.