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Telling the World About the Troubled U.S. Criminal Justice System

Racially disparate sentencing patterns and felon disenfranchisement are major problems in U.S.

Kemba Smith is a convicted felon who served nearly seven years on a first-time drug offence before she was granted clemency in 2000. Her origional sentence amounted to 24.5 years. Smith is pictured above offering testimony to the United Nation's Human Rights Committee. 
National Journal
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