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    Decline in States' Use of Capital Punishment

    Jessica Brand talked about a decline in states' use of capital punishment. She spoke via video link from Austin, Texas.

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    Blood in the Water

    Heather Ann Thompson talked about her book Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy, in which she recalls the Attica prison uprising that took place at the…

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    Incarceration Nation

    Incarceration Nation was one of the second-place high school central division winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. Mary Sier, a senior at Royal Oak High School in Royal Oak,…

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    Lost Causes

    Darin Haerle, co-author of Lost Causes: Blended Sentencing, Second Chances, and the Texas Youth Commission, talked about the system of blended sentencing in Texas and its effect on juvenile youth offenders.…

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    Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Restructuring

    Three judges from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals testified at a hearing on proposals to split the court, which is the largest of the 13 U.S. Courts of Appeals. The hearing began with…

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    Bernadette Rabuy on Mass Incarceration in the U.S.

    Bernadette Rabuy talked about her Prison Policy Initiative group’s recently released report on the 2.3 million people incarcerated in the United States.

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    Carl Takei on Private Prisons

    Carl Takei talked about the Justice Department’s decision to reverse course on an Obama administration plan to phase out private prisons.

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    Grace and Justice on Death Row

    Brian Stolarz talked about his book Grace and Justice on Death Row: The Race against Time and Texas to Free an Innocent Man, in which he reports on his client, Alfred Dewayne Brown, who…

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    Judge Neil Gorsuch on Ironies of the Law

    A selection of highlights from a speech by Judge Neil Gorsuch on the ironies of the law. This was from the 13th Annual Barbara K. Olson Memorial Lecture of the Federalist Society’s National Lawyers…

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    Cash Bail System in the U.S.

    Anne Kim talked about her article in Washington Monthly on the cash bail system and its impact on U.S. communities. This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting…

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    Death on Hold

    Burton and Anita Folsom talked about their book, Death on Hold: A Prisoner’s Desperate Prayer and the Unlikely Family Who Became God’s Answer. This interview, recorded on the campus of Hillsdale…

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    Social Media Medical and Legal Ethics

    Panelist presented recommended best practices for social media use by health care attorneys and law firms. “Will You Be My Friend (and Can I Be Your Lawyer)? Legal Ethics and Social Media for the…

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    Death Penalty and the Constitution

    Panelists talked about the death penalty. Panelists included Jordan and Carol Steiker, co-authors of Courting Death: The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment, and John Bessler, editor of Stephen…

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    Criminal Justice System

    Nicholas Turner spoke about the state of the criminal justice system and what needs to be done to advance change. He showed a brief video. This was the opening keynote address of the forum…

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    Re-Entry Following Incarceration

    Policy analysts and former prison inmates talked about the importance of education and job training for inmates. They spoke about a variety of topics, including academic counseling, mentoring services, and some of…

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    Communicators with Paul Ohm

    Professor Paul Ohm talked about the need for lawyers, prosecutors, and judges who understand the internet and coding. He was a computer programmer and had been a Department of Justice prosecutor…

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    Education and Training in Correctional Institutions

    State and federal policy analysts and correctional education administrators talked about inmate job training and education during incarceration. They also discussed some of the barriers that prevent access to…

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    Hook and Where the River Bends

    Randall Horton, author of Hook: A Memoir, and Michael McRay, author of Where the River Bends: Considering Forgiveness in the Lives of Prisoners, discuss their respective books. They spoke…

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    Richard Posner

    William Domnarski talked about his book Richard Posner, in which he examines the intellectual life of Judge Richard Posner. Mr. Domnarski was joined in conversation by Judge Posner.

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    Presidential Pardons

    Chicago-Kent College of Law Dean Harold Krent talked by video from Chicago about the historical precedence related to presidential pardons. Topics included whether President Obama would elect to…

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