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Photos from our Nov. 9 Justice Conference

Many thanks to all who came out to enjoy and learn from the third Criminal Justice Conference, initiated by our own President Jennifer Levy-Tatum and put together in cooperation with the incredible services of JusticeRain, INC. The power players and the grass roots came together to learn a lot about the current state of criminal […]

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Criminal Justice Conference III – Nov. 9

CORRECTIONS, PROBATION, PAROLE & RE-Entry Thursday, November 9, 2017 – 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM With John Wetzel, Secretary, PA Department of Corrections Christopher Murphy, Chief of Probation, Parole & Pretrial, Chester County Keisha Hudson, Esquire, Deputy Chief Public Defender, Montgomery County Cornerstone Christian Church, 424 W. Gay St., West Chester, PA ~ Hors d’oeuvres […]

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Oct. 27 – Criminal Justice Conference II

Join us for our second Criminal Justice Conference, focusing on “Revealing and Reforming.” We will hear from nationally renowned speaker and author Carol Kent speaking up for hope for inmates and their families; review the state of affairs of Criminal Justice across the Nation; and hear from former inmates and families about their experiences with […]

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Criminal Justice: Upcoming Event Sunday 2/28

  Join us to hear experts discuss our criminal justice system from various perspectives and areas of expertise.   Panel discussion and opportunity for questions and participant discussion.                      Moderated by Jennifer Levy-Tatum, Esquire Sunday, February 28, 2016 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM JusticeRain, Inc. 426 West Gay Street, West Chester The following panelists are confirmed: […]

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November 20 Hot Topics Luncheon: A Lawyer’s Views on Criminal Justice Reform

On Friday, November 20th,  I attended the Hot Topics luncheon at the Media Municipal Community Center. The speaker was Jennifer Levy-Tatum, Chester County LWV. Ms. Levy-Tatum’s presentation was  ‘ A Lawyer’s Views on Criminal Justice Reform’.  It was a bird’s eye view of justice in the United States the oft extreme disparity for a single crime, […]

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