Charlotte View 2011 welcomes Natasha Jentre- Darrington who will tell us her story as a direct beneficiary of the U.S. Sentencing Commission on making crack cocaine guideline amendments retroactive!
In 1997, she was found guilty by association with her ex-husband's involvement in a crack-cocaine offense and unjustly sentenced to 15 years and eight months for it. If the Commission had rejected retroactivity, she would still be in federal prison until next year.
She will talk about her life in prison, the price she paid and who she has become today. Also will provide information about FAMM "Families Against Mandatory Minimums", the national voice for fair and proportionate sentencing laws. http://www.famm.org/
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