Crime and Punishment Revisited: Sentencing Reform in a Post-Plata World
UC Davis School of Law presents
“Crime & Punishment Revisited: Sentencing in a Post-Plata World.”
A dialog among policy leaders about ways to clarify California’s complex and confusing sentencing system. Findings from the discussion will be shared with the Governor and Legislature to enable further legal reform research.
This event is co-sponsored by The California Endowment and American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section.
October 12, 2011
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
UC Davis School of Law
Kalmanovitz Appellate Courtroom (King Hall)
400 Mrak Hall Drive
Davis, CA 95616
THE EVENT WILL BE WEBCAST LIVE AT www.law.ucdavis.edu.
Seating is limited – first come, first served.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. News media will be invited. MCLE credit available.
Speakers (partial list):
Articles highlighting the need for urgent action:
Little Hoover Commission report - "Solving California's Corrections Crisis: Time Is Running Out"
Stanford Executive Sessions on Sentencing and Corrections - "The California Sentencing Commission: Laying the Groundwork"
California Corrections Independent Review Panel - Inmate/Parolee Population Management
Dean Kevin R. Johnson
Prof. Gabriel “Jack” Chin
Prof. Floyd Feeney
Prof. Elizabeth Joh
Pamela Wu, Director of Marketing and Communications, UC Davis School of Law
If you have any questions, please contact Pamela Wu at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-754-7173.