WDSU News: Prison to Purpose - Man now works at same criminal court where he was sentenced

Prison to Purpose: Talk Dat NOLA shares Daniel Tapia's story - a man who had a bright future ahead of him but ended up in the criminal justice system at an early age and spent much of his young adult life there. Today, he's working at the same criminal court where he was sentenced. He also works as a peer mentor with The First 72+.

 

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