Saturday, June 19, 2021
paid advertisement
Home Tags Criminal Justice reform

Tag: Criminal Justice reform

Is It Time for Virginia to Repeal the Death Penalty? In...

0
by Cindy In light of the eleventh-hour killing spree conducted by the lame duck Trump Administration and its Department of “Justice,” it’s a good time...

VA House GOP Goes on Unhinged Twitter Rant to Prove It...

1
by Cindy Emulating its leader in the White House, the Virginia House GOP went on a string of crazy-uncle tweets last night, demonstrating its utter...

Virginia Senate Democrats Present Justice Reform and Equity Proposals

2
From the VA Senate Democratic Caucus: SENATE DEMOCRATS PRESENT JUSTICE REFORM AND EQUITY PROPOSALS RICHMOND – Today, Senate Democrats presented their justice reform and equity proposals....

Nick Rathod: Thinking Long Term During Virginia’s Special Session

0
by Nick Rathod Next week, the Virginia General Assembly convenes for a special session to respond to both the budget crisis caused by the COVID-19...

Video, Highlights From the Third and Final Public Hearing as the...

0
See below for video and highlights from today’s public hearing (the third and final of three public hearings - see Day #2 highlights here)...

Video: Day #1 of Virginia House of Delegates Public Hearings on...

0
See below for video from the first Virginia House of Delegates public hearing on police and criminal justice reform leading up to the special...

Virginia Is At a Flashpoint in History; Time to Tackle Policing...

10
by Cindy I know everyone has a lot going on, and it’s hard to attend every Zoom and every event. But in the aftermath of...

Criminal Justice Reform in the Commonwealth: 1.6 Million People in Virginia with...

1
From the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, which turns consistently excellent material...like this. Criminal Justice Reform in the Commonwealth: 1.6 Million People in Virginia with a...

Jury Sentencing: Ending Virginia’s Game of Russian Roulette

1
by Cindy In the late 1700s in Virginia and the Colonies, if a jury found someone guilty of a felony, such as “mayhem,” larceny, or...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Justice for Rojai Fentress

0
by Cindy Rojai Fentress walked out of prison on Wednesday, after spending 24 years incarcerated for a crime he didn’t commit. His lawyer’s black lab—a...