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Criminal Justice Reform Needs Improvements

*originally published as a guest column in the Hattiesburg-American on July 9, 2014.

Response to criminal justice reform (HB 585) taking effect July 1: 393 more words

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New York Govenor Pardons Thousands with Juvenile Convictions

Posted December 22, 2013 at 12:29p.m. by Dave Kladney

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he is issuing pardons to thousands of New Yorkers who have non-violent juvenile convictions and stayed out of trouble for 10 years.

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Reimagining Reentry: Letters from Inside

Happy Holidays, Friends of Root & Rebound!

As 2015 comes to a close, we are excited and proud to launch our end-of-year campaign, Reimagine Reentry… 239 more words

Kentucky Governor Restores Voting Rights To 140,000 Ex-Offenders

By Dave Kladney*

Kentucky is one of three states in the country that imposes a lifetime ban on voting for former felons.

Yesterday, out going Governor Steven Beshear restored voting rights to 140,000 nonviolent former felons. 220 more words

More than Jail Time: Additional Penalties and Restrictions Resulting from a Criminal Tax Conviction

When an individual is convicted of a tax crime or any crime, there is more than just jail time to worry about. Whether facing trial or negotiating a plea agreement, attorneys and defendants should consider the additional penalties that may result from a conviction. 375 more words

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Indian River County OPERATION GREENLIGHT

Unpaid court fines can result in suspended driver licenses and more. This Saturday, April 18th, the Indian River County Clerk’s Office is allowing people to save the 40% collection fee on outstanding court fees if you come in and pay. 6 more words

Criminal Law

Full Cost of Juvenile Incarceration

The Justice Policy Institute published Sticker Shock: Calculating the Full Price Tag for Youth Incarceration (December 2014), which “provides estimates of the overall costs resulting from the negative outcomes associated with incarceration” of juveniles.   100 more words

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