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November 2011 , Page 7 

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Promoting the Fair Administration of Criminal Justice: Across the Issues and Across the Country (Inside NACDL)

By Norman L. Reimer

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Earlier this fall, NACDL conducted a survey to assess the Association’s value to the national defense community. More than 1,800 members and 1,400 non-members participated in the survey. The full analysis of the data obtained in the survey is still in progress, but one response is particularly gratifying. In a question designed to elicit perceptions of NACDL services and initiatives, the one attribute with which respondents most strongly agreed was that “NACDL promotes the proper and fair administration of criminal justice.”1 Last month, NACDL’s involvement in a number of policy projects put the exclamation point on that statement. During October 2011, NACDL tackled a broad range of criminal justice system issues in many venues across the country.


NACDL engaged in a trifecta of activity in the Windy City. Tending to its core mission of providing training and support for the nation’s criminal defense bar, NACDL held its Fall Seminar at the historic Drake Hotel, w

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