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Congratulations to Catherine Toney and her family!!!
I am very remorseful for causing my daughter and my family pain, heartache and embarrassment. I was looking for an easy way out instead of being an adult, a mother and a hard honest worker.
My daughter was 14 years of age when I was first incarcerated and now at 28 years of age she has become a productive young woman (for which I am very proud) with an eight year old daughter herself. I have missed out so much of my daughter and family lives over the past 13 years. In the end, I still lost everything I own, even my dignity.
He introduced Katherine as the “First female to receive an immediate release under the First Step Act.” Name: Catherine Terracia Toney DOB: Race: Black Marital Status: Single Age: 55 Children: Daughter- Brandy Toney (Only child) Grandchildren: Granddaughter – Channon Toney (one) Raised: Alabama Tried: Mobile, AL Where will you release: Mobile, AL Charge: Conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine base Sentence: 20 years Served to date: 15 Years Started Sentence on: April 1, 2003 Priors: 3 Prison Conduct: Good Clemency Status: CP14 approved, submitted by Duke University attorney, Pending File # C182746 Supporters: Family and Friends Institution: Marianna Federal Prison Camp Accomplishments: I have successfully completed the drug treatment programs, adult continuing education classes, vocational skills courses and received my GED. According to Catherine: I was sentence to 20 years in prison in the U. Southern District of Alabama after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine base.No one under the age of eighteen is allowed to use this free personals site. Don't give strangers money or personal info like your email address.Under the criteria of former Attorney General Eric Holder, low-level, non-violent drug offenders are eligible if they have been in prison for at least 10 years, have demonstrated good conduct in prison and most importantly would have probably received a substantially lower sentence if convicted of the same offense today.I was even appointed an attorney under President Obama’s Clemency Project 2014.