Crime in Maryland. Part 3: The Revolving Prison Door (2nd hour)

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Two-hour program about the problem of crime, prisons and recidivism in Maryland. A panel discussion follows three short documentaries. Panelists include Andrew L. Sonner, State's Attorney, Montgomery County (later, judge, Court of Special Appeals); Delegate Frank C. Robey, Baltimore City (44th District); Pete Kambouris, an ex-offender and a youth counselor for the Baltimore County Police Department; Milton B. Allen, Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench (previously, Baltimore's first black state's attorney), Baltimore City; and Jon P. Galley, Commissioner of Corrections. The program closes with a news story about Rita Furst and Ann McCloskey, founders of the grassroots crime victims’ rights group, Citizens United for Justice (later, Maryland Coalition Against Crime). Reporters: Jeffrey C. Cole, Donna M. Martin.
Maryland Public Television
Broadcasting, Communications
North America; United States of America
Public Broadcasting
Special Collections and University Archives
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00:56:52 hh:mm:ss; U-Matic
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:736237; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/46394; Filename: bcast-076835

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