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Ex-inmates see a brighter destiny

The Re-Entry Initiative gave this former inmate the tools to build a life that doesn't include crime. The Re-Entry Initiative gave this former inmate the tools to build a life that doesn't include crime. (Dominic Chavez/Globe Staff)
By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / March 10, 2008

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They are males ages 17 to 30, serving jail terms of up to 30 months, mainly for firearm offenses. And in the view of law enforcement officials, when they go free, they will most likely repeat their crimes - or commit worse offenses. (Full article: 1081 words)

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