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  • Man freed after being convicted of murder as teen

    Enrique Gonzalez has spent decades behind bars. Because Gonzalez and another man, Herbert Murray, were juveniles when they were sentenced for their crimes, they’ll get a chance to re-enter society.

Enrique Gonzalez has spent decades behind bars. Because Gonzalez and another man, Herbert Murray, were juveniles when they were sentenced for their crimes, they’ll get a chance to re-enter society. David Ovalle Miami Herald
Enrique Gonzalez has spent decades behind bars. Because Gonzalez and another man, Herbert Murray, were juveniles when they were sentenced for their crimes, they’ll get a chance to re-enter society. David Ovalle Miami Herald

They were sent to prison for life decades ago as teens. Now they'll soon be free

April 05, 2017 5:04 PM