Kim Lawrance's daughter was 15 years old when she was tried as an adult in Florida and sentenced to 10 years in adult prison.
While incarcerated, I learned about the importance of dignity and self-esteem.
The ability to earn and apply rehabilitation credits toward their sentence will give incarcerated people more incentive to change their lives.
The virus is taking an emotional toll on incarcerated individuals and the people who love them.
It really takes only one illness, one traffic ticket or one red traffic light ticket to push many people over that edge and they can’t afford to pay.
The Florida Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform is a diverse, non-partisan coalition dedicated to ending over-incarceration and racial disparities in Florida’s criminal justice system through data-driven, proven approaches that will save taxpayer money, keep our families intact, and make our communities safer by maintaining human dignity, and prioritizing rehabilitation, treatment, and alternatives to incarceration.