A journey for justice turned into a love story when Maya Moore, one of the WNBA''s brightest stars, married the man she helped free from prison, Jonathan Irons. Jonathan was 16 when the crime for which he was convicted occurred. He was prosecuted for burglarising a home in a St. Louis suburb and assaulting the homeowner with a gun. Maya Moore''s family met Mr. Irons through prison ministry in 2007. She visited shortly before her freshman year at the University of Connecticut, where she became one of the most heralded women''s basketball players in collegiate history. She visited him often throughout the years, as well as sending him letters and books; ultimately, she became a strong voice for prosecutorial changes. She stunned the sports world when she announced in February 2019 that she would step away from her career in women''s basketball, in part so she could help Jonathan in what they thought would be his final appeal. In March 2020, his conviction was overturned by a state judge in
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