Last quote by Neil Eggleston
The ones who really stuck home for the president and me are the ones who got their GED, they worked, they took courses in anger management, they took courses in getting over drug abuse issues, they remained in contract with their families.
Jan 19 2017
Neil Eggleston has been quoted 6 times. The two most recent articles where Neil Eggleston has been quoted are Obama commutes most of Chelsea Manning's sentence and Obama pardons 78, shortens the sentence for 153. Most recently, Neil Eggleston was quoted as having said, “These 273 individuals learned that our nation is a forgiving nation, where hard work and a commitment to rehabilitation can lead to a second chance, and where wrongs from the past will not deprive an individual of the opportunity to move forward.”.
Quotes by Neil Eggleston
Jan 17 2017
These 273 individuals learned that our nation is a forgiving nation, where hard work and a commitment to rehabilitation can lead to a second chance, and where wrongs from the past will not deprive an individual of the opportunity to move forward.
Dec 19 2016
These are the stories that demonstrate the successes that can be achieved – by both individuals and society – in a nation of second chances.
Nov 22 2016
While we are continuing to push for criminal justice reform, and that important piece of business remains unfinished, I'm pleased to say the president has not just met but exceeded what he set out to do in 2014 by reinvigorating the clemency project.
Oct 27 2016
These are individuals – many of whom made mistakes at a young age – who have diligently worked to rehabilitate themselves while incarcerated.
Aug 30 2016
We must remember that these are individuals – sons, daughters, parents, and in many cases, grandparents – who have taken steps toward rehabilitation and who have earned their second chance. They are individuals who received unduly harsh sentences under outdated laws for committing largely nonviolent drug crimes.
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