Making the case for JAMES BROWN's release from prison
Brown was arrested on September 24, 1988, following a high-speed car chase on Interstate 20 near the Georgia–South Carolina state border. He was convicted of carrying an unlicensed pistol and assaulting a police officer. Although he was sentenced to six years in prison, he was eventually released on parole.
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