Imagine you are a white-collar offender, who has just been arrested. As you wait for your trial, in prison, you find out you’re pregnant. Plagued with the reality that there are no perfect options for bringing your child into the world, you start to panic.
Several months later, you carefully walk to the van that will transport you to court.
[Read the rest of this op-ed over at The Hill.]
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