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Welcome to NACDL's podcast series, "The Criminal Docket," hosted by Ivan J. Dominguez, NACDL's senior director of public affairs & communications. NACDL is the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is well-known to many as "Liberty's Last Champion."

Each episode of "The Criminal Docket" explores important items on the criminal justice agenda, in-depth, with top leaders in the legal practice, public policy, journalism, academia, and others whose lives intersect with the criminal justice system.

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Welcome to NACDL's podcast series, "The Criminal Docket," hosted by Ivan J. Dominguez, NACDL's senior director of public affairs & communications. NACDL is the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is well-known to many as "Liberty's Last Champion."

Each episode of "The Criminal Docket" explores important items on the criminal justice agenda, in-depth, with top leaders in the legal practice, public policy, journalism, academia, and others whose lives intersect with the criminal justice system.

    #62: Interview with NYU School of Law Professor Rachel E. Barkow, Author of "Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration"

    #62: Interview with NYU School of Law Professor Rachel E. Barkow, Author of "Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration"

    NACDL Executive Director Norman L. Reimer recently interviewed NYU School of Law Professor Rachel E. Barkow, author of "Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration," published earlier this year. Professor Barkow’s outstanding and well-researched book calls for an approach to criminal justice grounded in rational decision making rather than emotional fervor driven by political expedience.

    • 1h 21 min
    #61: Televerde, the Arouet Foundation, and Second Chances for Women Coming Out of Incarceration

    #61: Televerde, the Arouet Foundation, and Second Chances for Women Coming Out of Incarceration

    In this episode, we learn about two very interesting and innovative organizations opening the doors of rehabilitation, skills development, and successful re-entry for women in and coming out of the prison system – Televerde and the Arouet Foundation. We hear from Michelle Cirocco, Chief Social Responsibility Officer at Televerde, and Alison Rapping, Chief Executive Officer of Arouet, both based in Phoenix, Arizona, about the incredible opportunities they are providing for women coming out of incarceration

    • 28 min
    #60: Federal Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton’s Important New Book, "51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of American Constitutional Law"

    #60: Federal Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton’s Important New Book, "51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of American Constitutional Law"

    In this episode, we hear from Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton who sits on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Judge Sutton recently released a terrific book, "51 Imperfect Solutions: States and the Making of American Constitutional Law." There is much to learn for criminal defense lawyers and others from Judge Sutton’s book and from this podcast. I spoke with Judge Sutton by phone last month while he was teaching state constitutional law in the January term at Harvard Law School.

    • 22 min
    #59: Criminal Discovery Reform Efforts in Virginia

    #59: Criminal Discovery Reform Efforts in Virginia

    In this episode, we explore the ongoing, multi-year effort to bring criminal discovery reform to the Commonwealth of Virginia, an effort in which NACDL has been a leader. First, I spoke with Doug Ramseur, the capital defender for central Virginia and past president and current board member of Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. We then hear from Virginia State Senator Bill Stanley and NACDL’s Senior Manager for Advocacy Monica Reid.

    • 24 min
    #58: NAACP President & CEO Derrick Johnson on Clemency, Collateral Consequences, and Criminal Justice Reform

    #58: NAACP President & CEO Derrick Johnson on Clemency, Collateral Consequences, and Criminal Justice Reform

    In this episode, we hear from Derrick Johnson, President and Chief Executive Officer of the NAACP, the nation’s oldest civil rights organization. I caught up with Mr. Johnson after a meeting he had in New York concerning the NACDL/FAMM State Clemency Project, which the NAACP is supporting. Mr. Johnson spoke about the NAACP, criminal justice reform, race and the criminal justice system, the collateral consequences of arrest or conviction, and clemency.

    • 11 min
    #57: Episode Fifty-Seven – The Right to Counsel: A Conversation with Utah Judge Michael W. Kwan

    #57: Episode Fifty-Seven – The Right to Counsel: A Conversation with Utah Judge Michael W. Kwan

    As part of NACDL’s Public Defense Training Program, NACDL visited Utah to provide a free training to defense lawyers. While in Utah, NACDL Public Affairs & Communications Assistant Allie Funk had the opportunity to sit down with Judge Michael W. Kwan to discuss the right to counsel in America.

    • 17 min

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