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The solutions is to educate the kids about jail and the choices they make can lead to jail time. Jermaine Woodard says that police and security may not reach the kids like a convict could. The system is set up to get kids to jail but Woodard wants to help change that.

The Baltimore native served 21 years for murder. He says the teenager who committed the crime was a kid who left behind a single mom and little brother. He was a kid who became numb to the violence he saw every day, living in the McCulloh Homes housing project. He became part of that violence when he killed a man over drugs.

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