Shorter prison sentences will comply with the law

 

Harold Sylvester entered Lafayette prison a drug dealer struggling with addiction and the anger he felt over the brutal death of his father at the hands of men he once mentored. The prison re-entry program helps him. NOLA's First 72+ helps others.

 

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