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Kevin Craddock, 19, used to be homeless, but now lives in the Cushing House, a halfway house in South Boston.
Craddock sorted through borrowed slacks, which he uses for job interviews.
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Christina Rossi, a substance abuse clinician at Pine Street Inn, testified on behalf of Craddock during his hearing at Boston’s Homeless Court.
Craddock reached for the hand of his laywer, Anna Brickman, after the case against him was dropped.
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