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Earlier this month, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam granted full clemency to Cyntoia Brown, a sex trafficking victim who killed a man in 2004. She was... [Read More]
Cyntoia Brown, in this guest column, expresses her gratitude to Gov. Bill Haslam for granting her clemency and urges people to celebrate MLK's legacy.      ... [Read More]
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State lawmakers are hoping to harness the national attention that Ms. Brown's case drew by writing legislation that would help give others like her a... [Read More]
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Gov.-elect Bill Lee takes office on Saturday, legislative efforts are underway to revamp Tennessee's sentencing laws for juveniles.        ... [Read More]
One of Bill Haslam's final acts as Governor was granting clemency to Cyntoia Brown. Haslam discussed his thoughts on the case as well as his... [Read More]
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Attorney Ed Yarbrough is a member of the legal team that fought to win freedom for Cyntoia Brown, the young woman who was serving a... [Read More]
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State Rep. London Lamar, D-Memphis, filed her first bill to change how minors are treated if they are victims of sex trafficking or prostitution. [Read More]
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Cyntoia Brown is set to be released this summer. A new GoFundMe campaign wants to help her reenter society successfully.        ... [Read More]
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120 people in Tennessee were sentenced to life for crimes committed as juveniles. Like Cyntoia Brown, they must serve 51 years before getting a parole... [Read More]
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Rep. London Lamar, D-Memphis, has filed a bill to give protections to victims of sex trafficking who are accused of crimes.        ... [Read More]
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Each semester, the LIFE program at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn., which is associated with Churches of Christ, pairs traditional students with inmates serving time... [Read More]
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It's a decision that made national headlines, Governor Bill Haslam choosing to grant clemency to Cyntoia Brown - just days before leaving office. [Read More]
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The case of Cyntoia Brown, who served 15 years in jail for killing a man who bought her for sex when she was a teenager.... [Read More]
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