Darryl Woods' life sentence was commuted in 2019, after he spent decades in prison for aiding and abetting a drug deal that resulted in a young man's death. Now, as a free man, Wood's life mission is to help the next generation dismantle injustices that exist in the prison system.
Through his company, “Fighting the Good Fight,” he serves as a consultant to law enforcement and criminal justice agencies nationwide. Perhaps most important, he has been an exemplary father to his son, Darryl Woods Jr., who graduated from college and now does motivational speaking.
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