Stanley Bailey was sentenced to life under a “three strikes law” for possessing a syringe while in prison. But Bailey was released — now, the third strike must be for a serious or violent offense.
Stanley Bailey was sentenced to life under a “three strikes law” for possessing a syringe while in prison. But Bailey was released — now, the third strike must be for a serious or violent offense. JABIN BOTSFORD The Washington Post
Stanley Bailey was sentenced to life under a “three strikes law” for possessing a syringe while in prison. But Bailey was released — now, the third strike must be for a serious or violent offense. JABIN BOTSFORD The Washington Post

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