Chance, incarcerated at the Juvenile Justice Campus, is graduating from high school on May 29. The 16-year-old has a lot of dreams even though he’s made mistakes along the way. He hopes to become a writer someday.
Chance, incarcerated at the Juvenile Justice Campus, is graduating from high school on May 29. The 16-year-old has a lot of dreams even though he’s made mistakes along the way. He hopes to become a writer someday. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE
Chance, incarcerated at the Juvenile Justice Campus, is graduating from high school on May 29. The 16-year-old has a lot of dreams even though he’s made mistakes along the way. He hopes to become a writer someday. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE

Locked in juvenile hall, Fresno teenager earns diploma and, maybe, a second chance

May 21, 2015 07:30 PM

UPDATED May 22, 2015 01:55 PM

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