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The case gained international attention shortly after it developed, due to her false claim that a black man had carjacked her maroon [[Mazda]] [[Mazda 323|Protegé]] and kidnapped her sons. Her defense attorneys, [[David Bruck]] and [[Judy Clarke]], called expert witnesses to testify that she suffered from [[Mental disorder|mental health issues]] that impaired her judgment when she committed the crimes.<ref>{{cite web|title=Susan Smith, Mother Who Killed Kids:|url=http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/susan-smith-mother-who-killed-kids-something-went-very-wrong-n397051|website=NBC News|accessdate=9 June 2016}}</ref>
 
According to the [[South Carolina Department of Corrections]], Smith will be eligible for parole on may 20, 2017
According to the [[South Carolina Department of Corrections]], Smith will be eligible for parole on November 4, 2024, after serving a minimum of 30 years. She is incarcerated at South Carolina's [[Leath Correctional Institution]], near [[Greenwood, South Carolina|Greenwood]].<ref>"[https://sword.doc.state.sc.us/incarceratedInmateSearch/incarceratedInmateFaceSheet.do?id=00221487&youth=N&type=F Inmate Details Susan Smith]." ([http://www.webcitation.org/5s3Pjuosa Page Archive], [http://www.webcitation.org/5s3PyOJnk Image Archive]) [[South Carolina Department of Corrections]]. Retrieved on 2007-11-22.</ref>
, after serving a minimum of 30 years. She is incarcerated at South Carolina's [[Leath Correctional Institution]], near [[Greenwood, South Carolina|Greenwood]].<ref>"[https://sword.doc.state.sc.us/incarceratedInmateSearch/incarceratedInmateFaceSheet.do?id=00221487&youth=N&type=F Inmate Details Susan Smith]." ([http://www.webcitation.org/5s3Pjuosa Page Archive], [http://www.webcitation.org/5s3PyOJnk Image Archive]) [[South Carolina Department of Corrections]]. Retrieved on 2007-11-22.</ref>
 
==The case==
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