Low-level offenders Jason Rhodes, left, Michael Giannini, right, pictured in 2014, are among the first to graduate from Sacramento County’s re-entry program Barry Allen Vierra Jr., center, slipped and is back in custody on car theft and drug charges.
Low-level offenders Jason Rhodes, left, Michael Giannini, right, pictured in 2014, are among the first to graduate from Sacramento County’s re-entry program Barry Allen Vierra Jr., center, slipped and is back in custody on car theft and drug charges. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
Low-level offenders Jason Rhodes, left, Michael Giannini, right, pictured in 2014, are among the first to graduate from Sacramento County’s re-entry program Barry Allen Vierra Jr., center, slipped and is back in custody on car theft and drug charges. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file

Six make it to first Sacramento ‘re-entry’ court graduation

February 13, 2015 4:00 AM

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