When someone is released from prison, it typically takes them a while to find a good job. Some never find what they would consider a “good job” and instead find employment that barely covers the bills. Such is the life of a convicted felon—struggling to rejoin a society that too often turns its back.
One man, wrongfully convicted of rape and recently freed by DNA evidence isn’t having such problems. No, he’ll be writing legal briefs and working for the attorney who helped free him. Michael Green wrote the 13 page letter that ultimately earned him his freedom and he hopes to be able to help other wrongfully convicted Texans do the same. [Read more…]