____ ____ was originally sentenced to three years of probation after his conviction in 2011 on charges of aggravated child pornography.
____ is impoverished and homeless. And after he was found violating his parole by sleeping in the doorway of a church, Murphy was ordered to serve his sentence in prison.
He finally was approved to be released from custody in March, 2014, into the state’s mandatory supervised release program.
But because he is homeless and cannot find a place to live that satisfies the myriad of restrictions and regulations, ____, 61, remains in prison. And unless he somehow finds housing that satisfies the state’s strict limits, ____ is doomed to spend his life in prison regardless of what his original sentence had been.Full Article