- Comments to AG Garland on the Right to Counsel in Criminal Cases in Tribal Courts (June 2021)
Coalition Letter to AG Garland on Release Options During BOP’s COVID-19 Crisis (March 2021)
Coalition letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland regarding the risks of contracting COVID-19 for those living and working in carceral facilities, and the release options available to reduce that risk through compassionate release, home confinement, and other CARES Act-authorized release programs (H.R.748, 2020).
- Comments with FAMM and JAN to BOP on Proposed First Step Act Earned Time Credits Rule (January 2021)
- Statement to Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement on Accountability and Reform (June 2020)
- Comments on DOJ First Step Act Implementation Tools (September 2019)
- Letter to Attorney General Barr on FIRST Step Act Implementation (March 2019)
- Comments to DOJ on Federal Review of State Capital Post-Conviction Cases (March 2012)
- Comments to DOJ on Federal Review of State Capital Post-Conviction Cases (June 2011)
- Letter to the Department of Justice on Preventing and Responding to Prison Rape (April 2011)
- Letter to the Department of Justice on Preventing and Responding to Prison Rape (May 2010)
- Letter with FAMM to BOP on Rule Changes to Reentry (December 2008)
- Comments to DOJ on Proposed Regulations in Capital Cases (September 2007)
- Comments to DOJ on the Guidelines for Sex Offender Registration and Notification (July 2007)
- Comments to DOJ on Rules to Retroactively Apply the Adam Walsh Act (April 2007)
- Letter on BOP Proposed Reduction in Sentence For Medical Reasons (February 2007)
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