He represented himself in a murder retrial, and won. A year later, he's helping others with criminal cases
He represented himself in a murder retrial, and won. A year later, he's helping others with criminal cases

PHILADELPHIA — A year ago, Hassan Bennett walked out of Philadelphia’s criminal courthouse with a box of legal papers, wearing the blue prisoner uniform of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.What he had just done to earn the right to stride into the sunlight that afternoon would be recounted in The Philadelphia Inquirer and in more than a dozen other news outlets including The Washington Post, National Public Radio and the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.The Overbrook High School graduate had spent more than 4,600 days in state prison doing life without parole before he — acting as his own …

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