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  • emCitizen Outlawem
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    Citizen Outlaw

    Yale’s Charles Barber talked about his Citizen Outlaw: One Man’s Journey from Gangleader to Peacekeeper. In his book he detailed the life of William “Juneboy” Outlaw, who went from convicted felon to…

  • Justin Pearson on Government Regulations
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    Justin Pearson on Government Regulations

    Constitutional litigator Justin Pearson represents small business owners across the country in lawsuits against occupational licensing requirements. He discussed the cases and the Institute of…

  • Washington Journal Holly Harris Discusses Prison  Sentencing Reform
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    Holly Harris on Prison and Sentencing Reform

    Justice Action Network executive director Holly Harris discussed prison and sentencing reform.

  • FBI Probing Jeffrey Epstein Death Prisons Director Reveals
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    Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Federal Prison System

    Federal Bureau of Prisons Director Kathleen Sawyer testified on the operations of her agency before the Senate Judiciary Committee. She was asked about the ongoing investigations involving…

  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones

    Viewers commented on Navy Secretary Richard Spencer’s forced resignation. According to the Pentagon, Secretary Spencer was asked to resign by Defense Secretary Mark Esper amid Mr. Spencer’s attempts to make…

  • emThe Meaning of Lifeem
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    The Meaning of Life

    Marc Mauer, executive director of The Sentencing Project, talked about his book, The Meaning of Life: The Case for Abolishing Life Sentences.

  • emRiver of Fireem
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    River of Fire

    Sister Helen Prejean spoke about her life and her work to abolish the death penalty.

  • Washington Journal Robert Ehrlich Discusses Criminal Justice Reform
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    Robert Ehrlich on Criminal Justice Reform

    Former Governor Robert Ehrlich (R-MF) of the conservative-leaning Right on Crime organization discussed criminal justice reform.

  • Diversity in the Federal Judiciary
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    Diversity in the Federal Judiciary

    The Center for American Progress hosted a discussion on diversity of federal judges and the impact of the lack of diversity on litigants, legal decisions, and the justice system. Panelists…

  • President Trump Remarks at Criminal Justice Forum
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    President Trump Remarks at Criminal Justice Forum

    President Trump spoke about his administration’s criminal justice reform efforts including the bipartisan passage of the First Step Act at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina. He called up former…

  • emWalter L Nixon v United Statesem Oral Argument
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    Walter L. Nixon v. United States Oral Argument

    Oral arguments in the Nixon v. United States case were played on audio, with sketches of the participants shown on the video. Walter Nixon, a federal judge, challenged the procedures the…

  • Women in the Criminal Justice System
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    Women in the Criminal Justice System

    A House Judiciary subcommittee held a hearing examining women in the criminal justice system. Among the witnesses were Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black, and Cynthia Shank, a…

  • Author Discussion on Criminal Justice
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    Author Discussion on Criminal Justice

    John Pfaff, author of Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration and How to Achieve Real Reform; Rachel Barkow, author of Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass…

  • Free Minds Book Club
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    Free Minds Book Club

    BookTV presented coverage of Free Minds Book Club, which takes place twice a month with inmates at the Washington, D.C., Jail.

  • Washington Journal Mark Berman Discusses Death Penalty Announcement
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    Mark Berman on Death Penalty Announcement

    Washington Post national reporter Mark Berman discussed the Department of Justice’s plans to restart executions of federal death row inmates. There has been a moratorium on the death…

  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers responded to the question, “Do you support the federal government resuming capital punishment?” On Thursday the Department of Justice announced it would resume executions of death…

  • Deputy Attorney General Rosen Holds News Conference on FIRST STEP Act Implementation
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    Deputy Attorney General Rosen on FIRST STEP Act Implementation

    Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen gave an update on the implementation of the FIRST STEP Act, a criminal justice reform bill signed into law in 2018 that grants early release to…

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    New York Magazine’s Emily Bazelon took part in a discussion of her book, Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration, in which she reported on the…

  • Newsmakers with Carrie Severino
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    Newsmakers with Carrie Severino

    Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative legal advocacy group, talked about key recent Supreme Court decisions. Topics included her organization’s legislative and political…

  • Attorney General Barr Speaks to US Attorneys
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    Attorney General Remarks to U.S. Attorneys

    Attorney General William Barr addressed a gathering of U.S. attorneys at the Justice Department. Before delivering his remarks, Mr. Barr played the bagpipes with the New York Police…

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