A Lawyer Combats The Mass Incarceration Crisis : Fresh Air Lawyer Brittany Barnett works on behalf of people sentenced to harsh sentences as a result of the war on drugs. Nine of her clients have been granted clemency. Barnett's new memoir is 'A Knock at Midnight: A Story of Hope, Justice And Freedom.'

Critic John Powers shares his list of the year's best TV, books and movies.
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A Lawyer Combats The Mass Incarceration Crisis

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A Lawyer Combats The Mass Incarceration Crisis

A Lawyer Combats The Mass Incarceration Crisis

A Lawyer Combats The Mass Incarceration Crisis

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Lawyer Brittany Barnett works on behalf of people sentenced to harsh sentences as a result of the war on drugs. Nine of her clients have been granted clemency. Barnett's new memoir is 'A Knock at Midnight: A Story of Hope, Justice And Freedom.'

Critic John Powers shares his list of the year's best TV, books and movies.