Democratic and Republican legislators are working to fix loopholes in a law requiring the Department of Correction to issue state identification cards or driver’s licenses to people being released from prisons.
At 16 Dwayne Betts was imprisoned for carjacking. With time on his hands, he began writing.
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When Russell Turner completed his second stint in a Colorado prison, after nine and a half years served of a 20-year sentence, he was not expecting any help when he got outside. He said he has never received any before.
Millions of people with criminal records likely meet the income eligibility requirements for public housing assistance. But needlessly strict local policies lock them out of housing.
Individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system and their families can sign up to get free tax assistance. Appointments are required.
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Recidivism and Reentry: What Makes People More or Less Likely to Succeed upon Release? (from Prison Policy Initiative) Date: 02-09-2023 …
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