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Sign-on Letter: Ensure Fair Process for “Old Law” People in Federal Process

March 07, 2022
Justice organizations urge Attorney General Merrick Garland to exercise oversight of the U.S. Parole Commission and ensure that the Commission provides a fair process for the several hundred "old law" people within its jurisdiction.

The Sentencing Project joined leading justice organizations to urge Attorney General Merrick Garland to exercise oversight of the U.S. Parole Commission, ensure that the Commission provides a fair process for the several hundred “old law” people within its jurisdiction, and request an accounting of the “old law” individuals still serving federal prison sentences.

Read the letter here.

 
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