Ramiro "Ramsey" Muñiz, a law school graduate who twice ran for governor of Texas, devoted himself to helping Chicanos, Mexican Americans, Hispanics, and others gain representation in politics. But this man, who put family above all else, suffered greatly for his work. He was accused, arrested, and indicted for drug-related crimes. In Freedom, Justice, and Love, author Andrés G. Guerrero Jr. tells Muñiz's story. This memoir chronicles Muñiz's life and shares the circumstances that led to this accomplished man serving a sentence of life without parole. Guerrero discusses the injustices Muñiz has experienced including pain, suffering, illness, and the little-known hardships of incarceration. In Freedom, Justice, and Love, Guerrero reveals how the government sought to silence Muñiz, an advocate for people and a defender of justice.