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Interview with Anthony Shepett, a former inmate charged as an adult at 16

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Tune in to Juvenile Justice Matters this Thursday when we talk to Anthony Shepett, who was recently paroled from prison after serving 17 years. Anthony was arrested when he was 16, and by the time he was 18 he had been convicted as an adult of attempted murder and faced 3 life sentences. He was found suitable for parole in March of 2009 at his third suitability hearing. Despite a 4 page letter from the governor opposing the parole, Anthony was released on August 26, 2009 at the age of 34. Don’t miss another great show!