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Jul. 1, 2020

A frank conversation about race and change in our criminal justice system

Proposed reforms to the criminal justice system in American have broad implications for the work of judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, probation officers and other members of the criminal justice system. Join thought leaders as they dig below the headlines to talk about these issues.


Nancy O'Malley, Alameda County District Attorney and President of the California District Attorney's Association
Eric Schweitzer, Clovis defense lawyer and President of the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice
Chris Bridges, Program Manager, The Implicit Bias Network
Chief Brian Richart, President Chief Probation Officers of California & El Dorado County Probation Chief.


Retired Superior Court Judge Ladoris Cordell


Ilan Isaacs

Daily Journal Staff Writer

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