Colorado prosecutors are checking for more mistakes in the sentencing of inmates.
They said they found two more errors yesterday.
As we've reported, the Fremont County District Attorney's office said a clerical error led to the early release of Evan Ebel.
He's the man suspected of killing the state's prison chief. Because of the error, he was released from prison four years early.
Since that mistake, prosecutors are going over other cases. They didn't say what new cases were affected by such errors.
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