Last week, Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the launch of her new program Aim to B’More. The program gives people convicted of nonviolent crimes a second chance.
The first class of Aim to B’More included 30 non-violent drug offenders. The program requires participants to complete three years of probation, community service, a five-month internship, and search for employment. Participants will have their records expunged after successful completion of the program.
“I would prefer to utilize the inundated courts for the worst of the worst and give our young people a second chance at redemption. People talk about Baltimore’s crime problem, but what isn’t talked about is the real issue at hand: systemic poverty,” Mosby told the Baltimore Sun.
Read more about the program at the Baltimore Sun.
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