Juvenile Justice Project students testify in support of HB846

Juvenile Justice Project student-attorney Karilynn Lee testified yesterday before Maryland’s House Judiciary Committee in support of legislation to reform the parole process. House Bill 846 would remove the governor from the parole process for individuals serving life terms. While the U.S. Supreme Court, in Montgomery v. Louisiana, held in 2016 that people who committed crimes […]

via Juvenile Justice Project student testifies about parole reform — UPDATES/University of Baltimore School of Law

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