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Letter of Support for PISA – Public Safety Officials
Amicus Brief of Prosecutors in O’Donnell v. Harris County
Coalition Letter Against H.R. 6158 Imposing Mandatory Sentences for Opioid Crimes
Coalition Letter Opposing S.2193 “Kate’s Law” Imposing Mandatory Minimum Sentences
Amicus brief in Commonwealth v. Laltaprasad (MA Supreme Judicial Court)
Judges Should Avoid ‘Acquitted Conduct’ in Determining Criminal Sentences, TCP Says
Amicus Brief Asking Court to Consider Role of “Acquitted Conduct” in Criminal Sentencing (U.S. Supreme Court, Cert. stage)
Advocates urge Florida Legislature to take up death penalty sentencing reforms
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Congressman shows support for criminal justice reform
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  • The Midweek Wire
Comment Of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), Ranking Member, Senate Judiciary Committee, On The President’s Decision to Commute the Sentences of 46 Individuals
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  • U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont
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