RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The family of a transgender ex-convict just released from prison talks to us about their concerns over her sentence.
Ophelia De'Lonta served more than 34 years for multiple bank robberies. Her family says that convicted murderers get less time.
Despite parole, she's still trying to force the state to pay for her sex change operation.
The Stokes family says Virginia should overhaul its sentencing guidelines. They're thankful to have their loved one home but claim the laws are unequal and need to be re-evaluated.