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April 2016 , Page 17 

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In Memoriam: Nation’s Criminal Defense Bar Mourns the Passing of Tiffany May Joslyn



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Tiffany May Joslyn, who served as counsel for white collar crime policy at NACDL from 2008 through 2015, died in a tragic car accident on Saturday, March 5, together with her younger brother, Derrick T. Joslyn.

During her nearly seven years at NACDL, Tiffany played a critical role in the Association’s criminal justice reform efforts. Tiffany co-authored a groundbreaking study on the state of disclosure in criminal cases, titled Material Indifference: How Courts Are Impeding Fair Disclosure in Criminal Cases. The study exposed how in courtrooms across the nation, persons accused of crime are convicted without ever having seen information that was favorable to their defense. She also co-authored Without Intent: How Congress Is Eroding the Criminal Intent Requirement in Federal Law, a joint report with the Heritage Foundation revealing the dramatic erosion of the intent requirement in federal criminal laws. Augmenting her extensive work in the area

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