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Coloring Outside the Lines

The title is a cliche, I know, but it feels right, and I’m not in the mood to go hunting for something clever and original. So… I started this blog with the idea that it would be about the writing of a book or two. 293 more words

Writing

Oregon Legislature Passes Sweeping Changes To Juvenile Sentencing Rules

The Oregon House of Representatives on Thursday passed sweeping changes to sentencing rules for juvenile offenders, a dramatic shift to tough-on-crime guidelines voters approved 25 years ago. 13 more words

Oregon Legislature

Youth Justice Reform Bill Headed To Governor Brown's Desk

Oregon SB 1008 passed last night but what does it mean? It requires the court to be included in the judgment in the documented age of the defendant at the time of committing an offense if the defendant is sentenced to a term of incarceration and physical custody of defendant is related to the age of the defendant at the time of committing an offense. 29 more words

Oregon Legislature

The Survival Podcast Episode-2400: Carey Holzman on being Terrorized by the State

Carey Holzman is a Tech Expert who streams live on Youtube with over 230,000 subscribers and 25 million views of his videos. His videos are mostly about computers and some stuff on the music he listens to. 158 more words

Criminal Justice

Post 5: Reflections

In this latest post, David reflects on the past 20 years…

Lately I’ve been thinking about a milestone that’s quickly approaching. I was 20 years old when I caught the case, and I’ll be 40 years old next year.

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American Prison

GRCC In the News, 5-22-19

‘I thought what’s the point of getting up? But I got up’

May 21, 2019; Greenville Daily News

HOWARD CITY — Dion’Tae Givens would like to go into a career in law enforcement. 23 more words