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Federal court program gives ex-cons a chance

March 2, 2014

Brian got involved early in his life with methamphetamine deals and paid a heavy price. Incarcerated and sentenced to 10 years in the federal prison system, he served his time....

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Mar-03-14 8:35 PM

Exactly my, and many others, deserve that chance, just like the nice story in the newspaper! All people need a job, food, and a place to live...otherwise they become desperate and return to old behaviors simply because there is nothing else!!!

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Mar-02-14 10:24 PM

This story is exactly that, a nice story. However, the fact is that it is just not true for most ex-offenders living in Williamsport, at least not to my knowledge. If I am wrong I would so like to be corrected and given contact information because local state parole does not offer this information or "mandate" this type of activity/treatment. Why do you think the prisons are full anyway? This all sounds real nice but it is just not true. The reality is after individuals are released from prison and come back to Williamsport area they are left to figure it out on their own.

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