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AUSTIN CONSIDINE

NEW YORK TIMES

It’s not often you’re with a guy who’s been shot nine times — and gone on to become a famous rapper and actor — and his story isn’t automatically the wildest in the room.

Still, it happened in February, when Curtis Jackson, better known as 50 Cent, came together for a joint interview with the lawyer Isaac Wright Jr.

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AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL

In 1991, a Somerset County, New Jersey, jury decided Isaac Wright Jr. was a drug kingpin and sent him to prison for life plus 70 years on related charges. Except Wright didn’t do it—he was framed by the very prosecutor arguing the case against him.

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VARIETY MAGAZINE

Isaac Wright Jr. has been on both sides of the criminal justice system, both as a wrongfully convicted inmate and as a lawyer…

Wright spoke with Variety recently to offer his unique perspective on the protests following the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and what the United States should do to move forward.

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LOS ANGELES TIMES

Since it premiered in February, millions of viewers have checked out “For Life,” ABC’s drama about a wrongfully accused man who receives a life sentence and becomes a lawyer while incarcerated, fighting in court for his fellow inmates while also trying to clear his name.

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ESQUIRE

ABC’s new show, For Life (premiering Tuesday), isn’t your average legal drama. The attorney at the heart of the show, Aaron Wallace (played by Nicholas Pinnock) is incarcerated for a crime he didn’t commit, and is serving a life sentence of his own while trying to help his fellow prisoners earn their freedom.

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PEOPLE MAGAZINE

50 Cent may have said goodbye to Power, but he’s just getting started with an important new show.

The rapper is the executive producer of For Life, a new legal drama created by Hank Steinberg that premieres Tuesday on ABC.

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COLLEGE NEWSPAPER

THOMAS EDISON STATE UNIVERSITY

Thomas Edison State University graduate Isaac Wright Jr. is the subject of ABC’s new drama series, ‘For Life,’ following Wright’s journey from a wrongfully convicted drug kingpin to an attorney.

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