Dora Schriro lives in a parallel universe, a place where teenage thugs sit on Santa's lap and Girl Scouts visit penitentiaries. In Schriro's world, parolees are called "clients," not criminals. It's a land of jailhouse picnics, where inmates raise money for charity -- when they're not busy doing... More >>>
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Dora's 'dos: Throughout the years, Schriro has
experimented with more than prisons. Top, ponytailed,
just after the end of the Lewis Prison standoff; above left,
at Rikers Island in the '80s; above, curly for the camera
-- her official Arizona portrait.