In civil liberties fight, never say never
The Hill
February 14, 2017

“Jesselyn McCurdy still remembers the call. ‘Clarence is going to come home,’ a voice said.

“It was the attorney for Clarence Aaron, a man whose triple life sentence on nonviolent drug charges was commuted by President Obama after he had served 20 years. Both prosecutors and judges had urged his release, but federal policies largely prevented it.”

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