Chrisopoulos and James Hughes' family attended the hearing Friday at the Sacramento Central Office in Rancho Cordova.
Chrisopoulos argued she'd "failed to accept responsibility" for her actions.
"Hughes' disciplinary history shows a high disregard for the law and emphasizes her lack of insight to the severity of the crime she committed," Rackauckas said in a prepared statement released Thursday. "Any progress she has made does not outweigh the factors of unsuitability, time served, or the brutality of the commitment offense; therefore, parole should be denied."
On Jan. 10, 1984, Jeanette Hughes let her boyfriend Adam Salas Ramirez, now 70, into the home she shared with James Hughes. Ramirez shot the sleeping James Hughes twice in the head with a rifle about 3 a.m.
Ramirez was convicted of being an accomplice to the murder.
Jeanette Hughes stood to collect $442,000 under her husband's life insurance policy.
The Huntington Beach Police Department first responded after she reported a robbery.
Evidence showed her husband had been suffocated prior to the gunshots.
While incarcerated, Jeanette Hughes reportedly attempted two prison escapes. Her first attempt, cutting through her window bars, was unsuccessful, after which she was placed under constant supervision.
She later managed to slip out of the high-security California Institution for Women in Frontera on March 25, 1990, after convincing her correctional officer, Cindy Marie Coglietti, to help her. The two were eventually detained at El Paso International Airport in Texas.