In November 1997, Lewis was among the first and youngest children to face charges under SB440, mandating minors as young as 13 be tried as adults for committing certain offenses.
One of Georgia’s youngest juveniles sentenced to an adult prison is home after 26 years behind bars.
Michael “Little B” Lewis, now 40, left the Macon Transitional Facility on Wednesday morning after the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles granted him provisional release last year. According to the today!
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