Lisa L. Kung joined the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta as a staff attorney in 1999 because it was the only public interest law firm in the South filing lawsuits for poor people caught up in the criminal justice system.

“The criminal justice system in the South is a different beast. The rate of incarceration is off the charts compared to the rest of the country,” she said.

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