Rayful Edmond III, the biggest drug dealer in the Washington, D.C.'s history, could be on his way back home. He is expected in a U.S. District courtroom where he will try to convince a federal judge to let him go free with time served. Most D.C. murder sentences end a lot sooner than Edmond's 30 years in prison. The government argues that Edmond's assistance in breaking up other drug operations has been invaluable. They said he has led them to more than 100 drug dealers’ arrests, prosecutions and convictions. However, many people, including those who were stuck in the cycle of addiction, are opposed to his release.