OCVLC Legal Director Rosemary Brewer represented the family of one of Gillmore's victims, who was 13 years old at the time of the crime. Although Gillmore was sentenced in 1988 to at least 30 years in prison with a 60-year maximum, the parole board cut the minimum sentence in half. Gillmore was last up for parole in 2010. The Multnomah County District Attorney's Office and OCVLC argued on June 13, 2012, that Gillmore should be kept in prison for 10 years before being considered for parole again. While two of the three parole board members voted to defer another hearing for five years, one member voted to release Gillmore in October of this year.