It’s remarkable how one moment of drunken madness can have lifelong repercussions. Almost a decade ago, a 19-year old Michaela Booth found herself in the midst of a drunken fracas in a nightclub. It was a mistake that resulted in a judge sentencing Booth to four years in prison. Booth has since turned her life around. The young mother is reading Criminology at university under a scholarship, which is exceedingly uncommon in the UK. She is gainfully employed in the justice sector, and is a prolific writer and public speaker, where she advocates for the rehabilitation of ex-offenders in society.… This story continues at The Next Web
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