Greg Taylor talks to the media during a break in a 2015 hearing. A film about his experience, ‘In Pursuit of Justice: How Criminal Justice Reform in N.C. Freed Greg Taylor,’ was screened Wednesday night during The News & Observer’s second Community Voices forum with ABC11.
Greg Taylor talks to the media during a break in a 2015 hearing. A film about his experience, ‘In Pursuit of Justice: How Criminal Justice Reform in N.C. Freed Greg Taylor,’ was screened Wednesday night during The News & Observer’s second Community Voices forum with ABC11. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Greg Taylor talks to the media during a break in a 2015 hearing. A film about his experience, ‘In Pursuit of Justice: How Criminal Justice Reform in N.C. Freed Greg Taylor,’ was screened Wednesday night during The News & Observer’s second Community Voices forum with ABC11. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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