Testimony from the September 26, 2016, Richmond "Moral Revival" Service on the Need to Address Unjust Sentencing Laws

Below is a video testimony given at "The Revival: Time for a Moral Revolution of Values" Richmond service on September 26, 2016, on the need to address unjust sentencing laws for non-violent crime.   A summary transcript of the video follows:

Lilly Branch Kennedy, the mother of a first time offender who received a maximum sentence of 128 years with no option for parole for unarmed robbery, addresses the injustices in our judicial system.