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NACDL's Colors Are Blue and White
By Lisa M. Wayne
From the President columns.
I am proud to be part of an organization that promotes fairness for all persons accused of crime, regardless of the status of the accused, or the nature of the alleged crime. NACDL supports lawyers from every realm of the criminal defense profession, and promotes reform throughout the entire spectrum of the criminal justice system. This white collar crime issue of The Champion is a perfect opportunity to note that, reflecting NACDL’s blue and white logo, NACDL seeks a rational and humane criminal justice system for all people of all colors and creeds, whether they are accused of blue collar crime or white collar crime.
Regardless of whom defense lawyers represent, the issues and injustices are universal. And the work that we do, as lawyers and as reformers, is immeasurably enhanced by our steadfast adherence to core principles that apply regardless of the nature of the crime or the status of our client. Those who may view NACDL’s involvement in white collar criminal defense reform issue
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