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In 1994, 20-year-old Reynolds Wintersmith, Jr. was sent to prison for life under federal mandatory sentencing guidelines after a conviction, his first, in a drug conspiracy case. He spent nearly all his adult life, nearly 20 years, in prison--before President Barack Obama commuted his sentence. Wintersmith was released from prison four days ago, on April 17.
WBEZ-FM public radio in Chicago spoke with Wintersmith about his experience, and asked the Adler School's Elena Quintana, Ph.D., to join the live conversation on "The Afternoon Shift." Quintana is Executive Director of the Adler School's Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice.
Click here to listen to "Obama orders release of Reynolds Wintersmith after 20 years in prison."
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