Episode: After Serving Prison Time, This Former Alabama Governor Makes A Case For Reform


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After Serving Prison Time, This Former Alabama Governor Makes A Case For Reform

In 2012, former Alabama governor Don Siegelman went to jail for five years. He says his prosecution was driven by a politicized justice system. And he's now making the case for why American democracy could be at stake without criminal justice reform. Don Siegelman and Jack Beatty join Meghna Chakrabarti.



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