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‘Time is of the essence to get these bills to a vote on the House Floor before the session ends at noon tomorrow—Saturday, March 16th,”
Vice Chair of the Democratic Caucus Representatives Katherine Clark (D-MA), Senators Patty Murray (D-WA), ranking member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP)
In this episode, Juvenile Law Center’s Co-Founder Marsha Levick and Columbia Law Professor Elizabeth Scott discuss the vulnerability of children when they enter the justice
When you think of pressing criminal justice reform issues you may think of wrongful convictions, over-prosecution, the death penalty, the crisis of indigent defense, maybe
According to Vox, one of these reforms included the the relaxing of mandatory minimum sentencing requirements — requirements which sometimes resulted in nonviolent offenders being sentenced to
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