SCOTUS rules certain low-level crack cocaine offenders not eligible for resentencing

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INDIANAPOLIS — The U.S. Supreme court rules many low level crack cocaine offenders will not be able to get their harsh sentences reduced. The 2018 criminal justice reform law was meant to do just that, but the wording is at issue. Angela talks with an expert on criminal justice reform and what can be done for incarcerated people seeking reduced jail time.

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