Nearly 200 Minnesota crack convicts might see sentence reductions
ST. PAUL (AP) -- This week's news that thousands of federal inmates may seek reductions in their sentences for crack crimes hasn't gone unnoticed in Minnesota's prisons.
"The clients have not stopped calling," said Katherian Roe, chief of the Office of the Federal Defender in Minneapolis.
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