Special report, part two: Racers who have run afoul of the law
Not long ago, his lawyer told a New Hampshire paper what Loles' life was like behind bars, where he has been since 2009 as he awaited his fate. Loles is a broken man, said Jeremiah Donovan, the attorney. He is divorced. His family is down South and doesn't visit. He lives a lonely life in jail. All of his friends have deserted him. His life has been utterly destroyed.
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