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Chat with Jarrett Adams and Ari Melber

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At 17, Jarrett Adams was arrested for a crime he insists he didn’t commit. After his conviction, he began a path that is almost unheard of. Years later, he appealed his case, and with the help of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, was a free man at the age of 26.  After that, Adams put himself through college and law school with a goal of helping others who were in similar situations. This year, he graduated from law school, took the bar exam, and won a clerkship for the very same court that granted him his freedom. 

Related: Jarrett Adams’ unlikely path from prisoner to lawyer

Now, Jarrett is answering your questions. Join him and MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber for a live Twitter chat on Monday at 5 p.m. ET. Tweet your questions with hashtag #JarrettAdams, and Jarrett (@JarrettFocused) and Ari (@AriMelber) will answer your questions beginning Monday at 5 p.m. 

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Chat with Jarrett Adams and Ari Melber

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