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Central California Appellate Program is a non-profit corporation dedicated to improving the quality of indigent representation in criminal and dependency appeals. The CCAP site is free to all interested users, but we ask that you register to use these resources.

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CJPF's mission is to educate the public about the impact of drug policy and the problems of policing on the criminal justice system.

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FAMM is the national voice for fair and proportionate sentencing laws. We shine a light on the human face of sentencing, advocate for state and federal sentencing reform, and mobilize thousands of individuals and families whose lives are adversely affected by unjust sentences.

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FedCURE, a nonprofit organization that, inter alia, deals largely with the issues faced by federal inmates and their loved ones, is the world's leading advocate for America's, ever growing, federal inmate population.

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Forfeiture Endangers American Rights is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reform of federal and state asset forfeiture laws to restore due process and protect property rights in the forfeiture process. Donations are tax deductible.

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The Fortune Society has as its basic purpose to create a greater public awareness of the prison system in America today. We also hope to help the public realize the problems and complexities confronted by the inmates - during their incarceration and when they rejoin society.

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FIJA works to restore and protect the role of the juror, and the institution of Trial by Jury.

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Georgians for Equal Justice, a statewide collaborative of organizations and individuals, seeks to reduce crime and over-reliance on incarceration.

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Last year the U.S. Justice Department said 280,000 people with serious mental illnesses were in jail or prison- more than four times the number in state mental hospitals. American RadioWorks Correspondent John Biewen explores why. Site contains resources, statistics, and responses to reform.

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The overarching goals of the Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice are to help build this foundation and convey it to practitioners, policy-makers and the public at large, whose support is crucial to meaningful reform.

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The mission of the Justice Policy Institute is to promote effective solutions to social problems and to be dedicated to ending society's reliance on incarceration.

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The Michigan Corrections Organization, Service Employees International Union, Local 526M, proudly represents more than 10,000 Corrections Officers and Forensic Security Aides working inside Michigan's prisons and prisoner psychiatric facilities.

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The Federal Youth Court Program is funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice in collaboration with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), U.S.

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The OJPC is a non-partisan, non-profit, public interest law office based in Cincinnati, Ohio. OJPC works statewide for fair-minded, progressive reform of Ohio's justice system.

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Partnership for Safety & Justice unites people convicted of crime, survivors of crime, and the families of both to advance approaches that redirect policies away from an over-reliance on incarceration to effective strategies that reduce violence and increase safety.

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PARC is a prison abolitionist all volunteer grass roots group committed to exposing and challenging the institutionalized racism of the prison industrial complex.

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The Prison Policy Initiative documents the disastrous impact of mass incarceration on individuals, communities, and the national welfare. We produce accessible and innovative research to empower the public to participate in creating better criminal justice policy.

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The work of the Prison Reform Trust is aimed at creating a just, humane and effective penal system. We do this by: inquiring into the workings of the system; informing prisoners, staff, and the wider public; and influencing Parliament, government and officials towards reform.

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The Real Cost of Prisons Project brings together justice activists, political economists, artists, justice policy researchers and people directly experiencing the impact of mass incarceration to create popular education workshops and materials which explore both the immediate and long-term costs

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Restorative justice is a theory of justice that emphasizes repairing the harm caused or revealed by criminal behavior. It is best accomplished through cooperative processes that include all stakeholders.

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The State of Washington Sentencing Guidelines Commission derives its authority from the Sentencing Reform Act of 1981, which directs the Commission to evaluate and monitor adult and juvenile sentencing policies and practices, recommend modifications to the Governor and the Legislature and serve a

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Taxpayers for Improving Public Safety (TiPS), is a non-partisan consortium of California taxpayers and business interests who seek to improve public safety through smart, meaningful, and cost-effective measures which serve to best utilize taxpayer dollars to improve public safety.

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The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) was established to promote balanced and humane criminal justice policies that reduce incarceration and promote long-term public safety.

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The Correctional Association of New York is an independent, non-profit organization founded by concerned citizens in 1844 and granted unique authority by the New York State Legislature to inspect prisons and to report its findings and recommendations to the legislature, the public and the press.

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Jericho is a movement with the defined goal of gaining recognition of the fact that political prisoners and prisoners of war exist inside of the United States despite the United States government's continued denial ... and winning amnesty and freedom for these political prisoners.

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Virginia C.U.R.E. is a membership organization whose focus is on the Virginia criminal justice and prison systems and the people whose lives are impacted by these systems. The organizational meeting was held in Richmond, Virginia on January 15, 1988.

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The Washington State Equal Justice Coalition (EJC) is a non-partisan, broad-based, statewide organization dedicated to equal justice for all. Since 1995, the EJC has been a standing committee of the Washington State Supreme Court's Access to Justice Board.

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