The U.S. criminal justice system affects people from almost every walk of life. Newsy has partnered with The Marshall Project to share a series of stories about the criminal justice system and how it impacts average Americans. Here, Eduardo Padró shares his story.
Eduardo Padró — A Witness Of The Criminal Justice System
Together with The Marshall Project, Newsy brings you stories of the criminal justice system. Here, Eduardo Padró shares his experience.
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