Aseem: 28 Years For A Crime He Didn’t Commit
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Aseem: 28 Years For A Crime He Didn’t Commit

Aseem is one of our students who was recently released from prison. He served 28 years for a crime he was found to be innocent of. Here is his picture as he walks out of San Quentin. Cost of Wrongful Incarceration: $1,260,000. September 9th, 1986 was a day that forever changed the course of this...

Sajad: A story of introspection and self-reform
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Sajad: A story of introspection and self-reform

Sajad grew up as a troubled teen. He started associating with gang members and participating in destructive lifestyles, which inevitably resulted in a six-year prison sentence while still a teenager.  A year after his release and with no education or marketable skills, he found himself gravitating towards those same destructive lifestyles and being sentenced to...