the central figure in the film, was convicted for his role in a series of armed robberies committed when he was 14 and 15 years old. He is 26 at the time of filming and is now serving the remainder of his sentence in a Florida prison.
Kenneth Young's mother and a recovering drug addict, was addicted to crack for 19 years, including much of Kenneth's childhood.
Kenneth Young's lead attorney, is also the head of Florida State University's Children in Prison Project and a co-director of the Public Interest Law Center in Tallahassee.
The second chair for Young's defense and a trainee at the Public Interest Law Center.
A robbery victim who testifies at Young's appeal.
A robbery victim who forgave Young.