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Beyond 144: Ronald Thomas-Bey

Sentenced to life imprisonment plus 115 years, Ronald Thomas-Bey walked into the law library of one of Maryland's correctional facilities one day, intent on fighting his case. 38 years later, he won his freedom. Ronald developed a profound love for the law during his efforts to get himself and fellow inmates released, and is now a paralegal in the process of applying to law school.

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Prison Reform Project (GOVX 400)
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