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By Ivan J. Dominguez
State Criminal Justice Network Convenes In the Capital
NACDL, in conjunction with the American University Washington College of
Law and the Institute for Policy Studies’ Social Action and Leadership
School for Activists (SALSA), presented the 9th Annual State Criminal
Justice Network (SCJN) Conference entitled Inform, Influence &
Impact: Effective Criminal Justice Reform. The conference took place
Oct. 7-8, 2010, at the American University Washington College of Law in
Washington, D.C., and consisted of a variety of panels covering topics
including judicial independence, drug law reform, drug courts, and
juvenile justice. Featured speakers included Oklahoma State Sen.
Constance Johnson and Jim Vance, News Anchor of television station DC
News4. In addition, there was a screening of the documentary “Heeling
Neen,” a film addressing the consequences of untreated trauma on
individuals and society.
The conference was preceded on Wednesday, Oct. 6, by a full-day author
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