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How one state’s thirst for justice created ‘a humanitarian crisis’ in its prisons

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Carl Brad Ward had never been more prepared for a parole hearing, not in the 30 years of a life sentence he had spent incarcerated in Alabama’s prisons, which are among the most dangerous in the country. For months, he had carefully constructed the file presented to the three-person state board with the power to decide his future. His daughter told the board about the more than 42 certificates and academic programs he completed, his participation in drug treatment programs and the 16 years he’d gone without…

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