Juvenile Justice Project students, faculty testify in Annapolis


Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law Jane Murphy writes:

On Wednesday, March 2, students and faculty from the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Juvenile Justice Project submitted testimony in favor of SB531, which would remove the governor from the parole process for those with life sentences, a measure that would offer hope to our clients sentenced to life as juveniles who may die in jail without this relief.

Eve Hanan, Juvenile Justice Project clinical teaching fellow (third from left), and 3L Alexandra Rickart (far left) are pictured with other supporters of the bill on Lawyer’s Mall in Annapolis.

Learn more about the Juvenile Justice Project.

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