One Family’s Fight To Correct Corrections


The family of an imprisoned man is hoping public pressure can help open political doors that might eventually crack open Wisconsin prison gates. The case calls into question the length of minority sentences and whether judges and state corrections officials are unnecessarily contributing to overcrowded prisons. Shamane Mills reports…

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