Kim Kardashian talks justice on second White House visit

LOS ANGELES CA- JULY 15 Kim Kardashian West attends the Beautycon Festival LA 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Center

Kim Kardashian West is working with the US government on sentencing laws

She Didn't Think That She'd Get as Far as She Did With Alice's Case: "I truthfully did not think I was gonna get that far", Kim admitted, talking about how she discovered Alice's case on social media and how she wanted to try to help her.

This week, Kim appeared on the "Wrongful Conviction" podcast to discuss her support for Young.

The blazer-clad Kim met with top Trump advisers, including Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner, who leads the White House's criminal justice efforts.

According to reports, Kim is meeting with the head of state to rally behind a 30-year prisoner now serving a life sentence.

Months after playing a role in the presidential pardon of Alice Marie Johnson, Kim Kardashian continues to fight for prison reform.

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"The discussion is mainly focused on ways to improve that process to ensure deserving cases receive a fair review", Hogan Gidley, a deputy press secretary at the White House, said in a statement.

She is reportedly championing the case of Chris Young, a 30-year-old who has already served 10 years of a life sentence in Tennessee for cocaine and marijuana possession. She spoke a year ago with senior adviser and presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner, who also hosted Wednesday's session.

Kim is now working with Kevin Sharp, the judge who sentenced Chris and resigned immediately afterwards.

The sentencing was in 2014, and Sharp left the bench in 2017, according to the Tennessean. Thank you so much for that, ' one of the followers posted. Instead, his daughter - who introduced Kardashian to Kushner - sat at one end of the table, with her husband at the other, photos show. Prosecutors say he was buying cocaine or crack from a major drug supplier at a gas station in December 2010. Young had two prior drug-dealing convictions, and his new charges triggered the federal "three strikes" law requiring a mandatory life term if found guilty.

On Twitter, Kardashian suggested there were many more where Ms. Johnson came from.

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