Inmate Dwayne Rosier was first incarcerated at age 17, charged with Complicity to Involuntary Manslaughter. He was sentenced to 10 years. He is pictured above lamenting his upcoming release as his sentence comes to a close. Rosier is fearful that he will not be able to re-assimilate into society upon release since he has no education, no job skills and has several prison tattoos on his neck and the back of his head. He acknowledges the fact that things have changed on the outside since he was first incarcerated, citing the fact that he has never used a cell phone or a computer before. His concerns, which are shared by many who have been incarcerated for extended periods of time, have implications regarding the success of rehabilitation programs.