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44 Former Prosecutors and DOJ Officials Ask Supreme Court to Review Louisiana Murder Conviction of 16-Year-Old Intellectually Disabled Child After Prosecutors Failed to Disclose Key Information

April 5, 2018 Press Releases

Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, former Deputy Attorneys General David Ogden, James Cole, Jamie Gorelick, Gary Grindler, and Donald Ayer, and former Acting Attorney General Peter Keisler join amicus brief representing broad consensus view that prosecutors have special obligation to disclose potentially material exculpatory and impeaching information.

Report: Arrests of D.C. Girls Rising Sharply

March 22, 2018 Press Releases

[caption id="attachment_42929" align="aligncenter" width="702"] Yasmin Vafa of Rights 4 Girls and youth advocate Nataly Del Valle speak at the launch of “Beyond the Walls: A Look at Girls in D.C.’s Juvenile Justice System.”[/caption] WASHINGTON –…

New Research Shows Arrests Of D.C. Girls Rising Sharply

March 21, 2018

WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Juvenile Justice Initiative and Rights4Girls will present the findings of their new report, “Beyond the Walls: A Look at Girls in D.C.’s Juvenile Justice System” on Thursday, March 22. WHAT Arrests of girls in…

Law Enforcement Leaders and Prosecutors Defend DACA

March 20, 2018 Press Releases

ICAP coauthors brief signed by 63 top law enforcement officials arguing DACA program increases cooperation with police and improves public safety Over 60 prominent national law enforcement leaders, including current sitting Police Chiefs,Sheriffs,…

CENSUS 2020: Challenges and Consequences

March 15, 2018

WASHINGTON – The last permanent U.S. Census director and other experts discuss pressing issues leading up to Census 2020 at Georgetown Law on Monday, March 19. WHAT The upcoming Census will help shape U.S. politics and how more than $6 trillion of…