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Unlocking Justice: Reforming State Policy on Sentencing and Collateral Consequences

April 19, 2016
This webinar highlighted state activity in Delaware to scale back the state's three-strikes law, a recent victory in Georgia modifying the lifetime ban on food assistance for persons with felony drug convictions, and Michigan efforts to address sentencing policy for violent offenses.

This webinar highlighted state activity in Delaware to scale back the state’s three-strikes law, a recent victory in Georgia modifying the lifetime ban on food assistance for persons with felony drug convictions, and Michigan efforts to address sentencing policy for violent offenses.

The webinar slides are available here, and a video recording can be viewed below and here.

Presenters:
Drewry N. Fennell, Office of Delaware Governor Jack A. Markell
Elizabeth J. Appley, Attorney at Law, Georgia
Ronald Simpson-Bey, JustLeadershipUSA, Michigan
Nicole D. Porter, The Sentencing Project

Moderated by Jean Chung, The Sentencing Project

 
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