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How to Leave Prison Early

Big-time Florida clemency attorney Reggie Garcia lectures at SPC downtown

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Being a felon in Florida — in America — means losing a few privileges, a few civil rights. In this state, you’ll no longer retain the right to vote, hold public office, sit on a jury (not that anyone ever really wants to do that), and possess a firearm, should you be convicted of any felony charge. People like Reggie Garcia, a soon-to-be 55-year-old clemency attorney originally from Tampa, realize that in some instances, it just takes being in the…

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