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Tyrone Howard, the suspect in the shooting of Officer Randolph Holder, was sentenced to a rehab and diversion program rather than prison and told by a judge to get his act together, before the fatal shooting.

The question many people have is: do these types of programs really work? To talk more about a similar program, GRAAFICS founder and CEO Kai Smith and graduate of the program, Tiekim Stancil.

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