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Featuring: Faraz Mohammadi, Assistant United States Attorney, Orange County, CALinda Britton ABA CJS Standards DirectorKyo Suh ABA CJS Technology and Publications ManagerEmily Johnson Senior Public Relations SpecialistJoin us to learn more about how you can take part in the many opportunities available to members of the Section, from publishing, to creating policy, fellowships, media opportunities and more.Also, this will be our last episode before a hiatus. The JustPod will return at a later date.
Rage of Innocence

Rage of Innocence

2022-04-2223:11

Featuring: Kristin Henning is the Blume Professor of Law and Director of the Juvenile Justice Clinic and Initiative at Georgetown Law Kristin joins us to discuss her recently published book “The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth.” Kristin shares some highlights with our listeners as well as sharing her method for gathering the perspectives and conclusions put forward in this work. Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Melba Pearson, Policy Director for the Center for the Administration of Justice with the Florida International University.Is that assault? Melba joins us to answer one of the questions that filled Twitter following the Oscars. Yes, we are talking about "the slap"  but as one of many examples as we try to discern the obligations of law enforcement and prosecutors when a victim decides not to press charges.Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Prof. David M. Crane, Distinguished Scholar in Residence Syracuse University College of Law; Founding Chief Prosecutor UN Special Court for Sierra Leone; Founder, Global Accountability Network; Board of Advisors for the International Criminal Court Project (ABA’s Criminal Justice Section & Center for Human Rights) David joins us to highlight the war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by Russian during its current invasion of Ukraine. Learn more about the actors, the means and the current state of prosecuting Vladimir Putin and Russian Commanders for these atrocities. Also, please note what needs to happen to move the prosecution forward.International Criminal Court Project (ABA’s Criminal Justice Section & Center for Human Rights) Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now 
Featuring: Michael J. Leotta Partner Wilmer Hale, Co-Chair of the ABA CJS White Collar Crime CommitteeMichael joins us on the podcast because President Biden signed an executive order on government oversight of cryptocurrency. Michael will help walk us through this order on a high level to discuss what the order includes, what the potential impact is and what practitioners need to know now.Want to join a CJS committee?Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now 
Featuring:Honorable Ernestine Gray, recently retired Judge of the Orleans Parish Juvenile Court, Co-Chair of the ABACJS Juvenile Justice Committee and member of the Juvenile Justice Standards Task Force and Chair-Elect of the Judicial Division.Honorable Denise Langford Morris, Oakland County Circuit Court Judge, Secretary of the National State Trial Judges Conference of the Judicial Division, CJS Council Member, CJS Women's Task Force Member and Co-Executive Director of the ABACJS Equal Justice Division. Judge Gray and Langford Morris are joining us today to discuss the historic appointment of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court, the first Black woman to be appointed to the Supreme Court. Want to join a CJS committee?Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now 
Featuring: Stephen Saltzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law. Co-director of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Program at George Washington University School of Law. Former CJS Chair.The ABA policymaking body convened virtually Feb. 14 as part of the 2022 Midyear Meeting to debate and vote on a wide range of policy issues. CJS Delegate, Steve Saltzburg joins us to talk about the CJS resolutions that were cosponsored by CJS. Join us as we discuss new ABA policy around youth representation at court, youth homelessness, election law and more.Here is the previous lactation room policy mentioned in this episode:RESOLVED, That the American Bar Association encourages federal, state, and territorial legislatures and court systems, in conjunction with state and local bar associations, to support and assist with the establishment and maintenance of a lactation area in every appropriate courthouse, provided a lactation area is defined to mean a room in a courthouse for members of the public, including lawyers, jurors, litigants, witnesses, and observers, to express breast milk that:Is shielded from view and free from intrusion from the public;Has a door that can be locked;Includes a place to sit, a table or other flat surface, and an electrical outlet; Is readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities; andIs not located in a restroom.  Want to join a CJS committee?Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now 
Featuring: Dr. Jonathan Wender Co-Founder, President and CEO of POLIS SolutionsJonathan joins us to examine rising crime and a potential relationship to recent police reforms. We discuss the need to focus on replicating successful practices and not just removal of police practices. We discuss the impact of recent reforms that were adopted in jurisdictions across the U.S.POLIS SolutionsLegal Education Police Practices ConsortiumWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Cynthia Nakao Professional Responsibility Advisor Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.Ghislaine Maxwell was recently convicted of sex trafficking a minor, but her attorneys have formally requested a retrial stating that a juror did not disclose that they are a sexual abuse survivor. Cynthia highlights the applicable standards and potential problems that can arise in jury trials that can lead to a mistrial or retrial. Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Mark Beardsworth partner in Cadwalader’s White Collar Defense and Investigations Group, resident in the London office.Saverio Lembo heads Bär & Karrer’s White Collar Crime practice group. Frances McLeod is a founding partner of FRA and head of its US offices.Mark, Saverio and Frances are editors and contributors to the new CJS book, “An International Guide to Corporate Internal Investigations”. They join us to provide us with an introduction and sampling of the valuable best practice tips and guidance readers can expect to find in this book.You can purchase the book here: https://www.americanbar.org/products/inv/book/416759862/.Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Wayne McKenzie, General Counsel at NYC Department of Probation Chair of the ABA Criminal Justice Section.Wayne joins us to give an update on what the Section has been up to and what plans they have for the coming months. We discuss in-person events like the recent white collar crime institutes and our upcoming CJS Fall Institute. We also discuss the other work of the Section in policy, new books, new reports and more. With the CJS Fall Institute next week and Thanksgiving the week after that, we will sign off for Season 3. We will take a break for the months of December and January and return again in February.Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Raul Ayala, Deputy Federal Public Defender at Office of the Federal Public Defender in the Central District of California and the collaborative court supervising attorney.Ellen Yaroshefsky, The Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor in Legal Ethics and Professor of Law.Raul and Ellen join us to share what a day in the life is like for them as a public defender and an academic, respectively. Each shares their daily activities in addition to reflections on pivotal career moments that got them to where they are. Finally, they reflect on what they wish they would have known before working in their respective roles.Enroll in a CJS CommitteeWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Maryam Ahranjani, Associate Professor and Don L. & Mabel F. Dickason Professor with the University of New Mexico School of Law. Reporter of the Task Force: Women in Criminal Justice.Yaamini Rao, Deputy Public Defender at Santa Clara County Public Defender's Office. Advisory Board member and Data Committee Co-chair.The Task Force: Women in Criminal Justice join us to discuss their final report “Pulling Back the Curtain”. Further we discuss the impact of the listening sessions conducted by the Task Force and models for how these reports can help criminal justice practitioners across the country. And now that the report is published, the Task Force has plans to pressure test their recommendations. Maryam shares with us their plans and what we should expect looking forward.Pulling Back the Curtain"Toughen Up, Buttercup" versus #TimesUp: Initial Findings of the ABA Women in Criminal Justice Task ForceJoin the Women in Criminal Justice CommitteeWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Jody Westby, Global Cyber Risk LLC and Adjunct Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Computer ScienceMatthew Esworthy Partner with Bowie & JensenThere has been a surge in cybercrime over the last 18 months, escalating the need for more uniform laws in this space both globally and domestically. Jody and Matt join us to give us background on the escalation in cybercrime and what the gaps are in our laws. Further we discuss how these laws impact investigations and where the laws currently stand. Enroll in a CJS CommitteeWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Hon. Rachel L. Pickering, Third Judicial District; Shawnee County Kansas Elizabeth Rosen, Assistant State's Attorney at The Office of the State's Attorney, Howard CountyJudge Pickering  and Elizabeth share what a day in the life is like for them as a judge and a prosecutor, respectively. Each shares their daily activities in addition to reflections on pivotal career moments that got them to where they are. Finally, they reflect on what they wish they would have known before working as a judge or prosecutor, respectively.Enroll in a CJS CommitteeWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Jones v. Mississippi

Jones v. Mississippi

2021-09-2914:48

Featuring: Kristina Kersey, Senior Youth Defense CounselWe are revisiting  Jones v. Mississippi as the decision came as a shock and disappointment to juvenile justice advocates across the country. With recent Miller and Montgomery decisions, the expectation was that the court would rule to reduce the sentence of Jones. Kristina helps us review Jones' path to the Supreme Court and what the potential impact of this decision might be. Keeping up with the Joneses Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Public Defender Reform

Public Defender Reform

2021-09-2222:40

Featuring: Emily Galvin-Almanza,  Co-Founder and Executive Director of Partners for JusticeEmily joins us to recommend ways that public defenders can be a leader in criminal justice reform. We talk discuss early interventions that can help mitigate caused to defendants when they intersect with the criminal justice system.Partners for JusticeWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Dean Madeleine Landrieu of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Dean Sudha Setty of Western New England University School of Law Madeleine & Sudha join us to discuss a new initiative of the ABA, housed within CJS, the Legal Education Police Practices Consortium. What is the Consortium? Why was it created? What does it hope to accomplish?Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Hadar Avriam Professor of Law, UC Hastings College of the Law Sharon Dolovich Professor of Law and Director, UCLA Covid-19 Behind Bars Data Project Director, Prison Law and Policy Program UCLA School of LawIn May of 2020, we discussed the impact of COVID on prisoners during the pandemic. It’s been over a year since that discussion so Hadar and Sharon provide a review of how things have been going with transmission rates, early releases, serving sentences at home, vaccine accessibility and rollout. UCLA Covid-19 Behind Bars Data ProjectWant to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
Featuring: Michael Moore, Beadle County State's Attorney, co-chair of ABACJS Prosecution Function Committee and Past President of the National District Attorney's Association.Is Bill Cosby free due to prosecutorial misconduct? Michael helps answer the question "What happens when a prosecutor is accused of misconduct?" We also take the time to discuss the parameters of prosecutorial misconduct and distinguishing between error and misconduct. Want to get involved with the Criminal Justice Section? Join us! https://www.americanbar.org/membership/join-now
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