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24 to Life follows eight unexpected individuals as they go through their final 24 hours before they are incarcerated. In each of the four, one-hour episodes, cameras document two seemingly normal people on their final day of freedom as they say their goodbyes and prepare their loved ones for the years they'll be away. The series offers a startling look at the consequences of crime and incarceration, from the devastation their sentences have wrought on their families to the aftermath their victims continue to endure. It's an emotional, unexpected look inside the machinery of the criminal justice system.
Evan's shady past led him into committing a crime that went on to destroy his family. In the last 24 hours that he has left, he has to patch up with his sister who he troubled so much and along with her get his family together.
Tina, a single mother of three pulled herself out of the grips of drug addiction and poverty to become a beloved and successful entrepreneur and community leader. But after committing a crime, she only has 24 hours left to ensure the safety and well-being of her three troubled children. Meanwhile, John's crime has tarnished his legacy as a longtime city worker and shocked his family. Before he goes to prison to serve a ten-year sentence he must make amends with his children and try to convince his wife to stay committed to their relationship.
A woman who supports her single mother and special-needs brother must find a way to secure their lives and seek forgiveness for her failures before leaving for prison. Also: a former professional-football player is humiliated when confronted by those who idolized him most.
New mother-to-be Cheyenne who is now spending life behind bars is worried about the pre-natal care she will get in jail. And she wonders who she should entrust her newborn to – her mother or her best friend.
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