The eagle has taken off. After it was rescued and rehabilitated from a crash through a window six weeks ago, a 30-year-old bald eagle flies to freedom.
Drug rehabilitation and probation will reduce the prison population, cut prison costs and get offenders more help than incarceration.
A bald eagle takes flight after a stay at the Teton Raptor Center.
Wyoming inmate Mark Farnham, forgiven by his victim, says commutations have become almost nonexistent under recent administrations.