2017-07-18 15:47:43

Still Not Free: New Documentary "Life on Parole" Follows Former Prisoners Navigating Early Release

As more states try to reduce their prison population by placing more people on early release, The New York Times and "Frontline" profile four former prisoners as they navigate challenges faced during their first year on parole. DN! meets with some of them and speak with director Matthew O’Neill and journalist Shaila Dewan, the national criminal justice editor for The New York Times.

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