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Transgender inmates are often abused in prison. Meet one woman fighting back in court

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Adnan Syed leaves the Baltimore City Circuit Courthouse in Baltimore, Maryland, on Feb. 5, 2016. The Maryland man, whose 2000 murder conviction was thrown into question by the popular "Serial" podcast, was in court to argue he deserved a new trial because his lawyers had done a poor job with his case. Carlos Barria/Reuters hide caption

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Adnan Syed, subject of 'Serial' podcast, is released after his conviction is vacated

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The administration of Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin is working to adopt new restrictions for transgender students in the Virginia public school system. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Marthas Vineyard residents line up in front of St. Andrews Parish House to donate food to the recently arrived migrants. Two planes of migrants from Venezuela arrived suddenly Wednesday night on Martha's Vineyard. Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Independent counsel Ken Starr testifies before the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee in April 1999. Joyce Naltchayan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Actor Brendan Fraser arrives on September 4, 2022 for the screening of the film "The Whale" presented at the 79th Venice International Film Festival. Marco Bertorello/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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