Spending Her First Years in Prison
Law Blogger Editor’s Note: From time to time, this blogger visits clients in Michigan’s prisons as a roster attorney for the Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel System. This blog post is the original content of the CorrectionsOne web site. It is an interview with Deborah Jiang Stein who was born heroin-addicted in a federal prison in West Virginia and spent the first five-years of her life there. Today, she tours women’s prisons to speak of hope and rehabilitation to both inmates and prison staff.