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JPI Participates in Life Sentences in America Panel October 24, 2012

JPI Executive Director Tracy Velazquez joins a panel of experts on the issue of serving life sentences hosted by Open Society Foundations in Washington, DC on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, from 12-2pm.

Additional panelists include: Ashley Nellis, The Sentencing Project; Nancy Mullane, Reporter and Author of Life After Murder; and Walter Lomax, Maryland Restorative Justice Initiative (MRJI). The event will be moderated by Marc Mauer, executive director of The Sentencing Project.

RSVP by October 19, to Andrew Maisel: Brown bag lunch, drinks provided.

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Learn more about the MRJI/JPI Documentary on Life Without Parole

Posted in Announcements, Criminal Justice News

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