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  • A misspent youth, a life of crime, then redemption. Toastmasters' speaker shares his story.

    Video: James Davis spent half his life behind bars but finding religion and Toastmasters put him on the right track. Davis, 53, is now president of the Durham Rescue Mission's chapter of the international group that helps people with public speaking.

A misspent youth, a life of crime, then redemption. Toastmasters' speaker shares his story.

Video: James Davis spent half his life behind bars but finding religion and Toastmasters put him on the right track. Davis, 53, is now president of the Durham Rescue Mission's chapter of the international group that helps people with public speaking.
Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com