Carolina Justice Policy Center

at 115 Market St, Ste 204, Durham, 27702 United States We work for effective, equitable and humane solutions to criminal justice problems. As a non-profit organization, we cannot endorse or oppose candidates.

Carolina Justice Policy Center
115 Market St, Ste 204
Durham , NC 27702
United States
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The Carolina Justice Policy Center grieves with the victim’s families of the devastating shooting that occurred at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in Charleston, SC. It is simply unimaginable how a place of worship transformed into a scene of grief, chaos, and tragedy. In the days to come, we will continue to learn more about the victims, the defendant, and the community in which all this took place. As the Charleston community and our nation begin to heal, we at the Carolina Justice Policy Center urge our friends and supporters to open an honest dialogue on how we can prevent these egregious acts of violence from occurring in our state and across the nation. We hope that every effort will be made to make the families of the victims whole in ways that are truly healing and comforting. Our deepest sympathies are with the victims’ families and the Charleston community. Sincerely, Carolina Justice Policy Center

Published on 2015-06-19 20:47:12 GMT

CJPC welcomes new intern Genesis Smith #Welcome #cjpc #workingforajustcause

Published on 2014-09-09 13:43:34 GMT

The only way to insure that we don't execute innocent people is to end the death penalty says Ken Rose, attorney for Henry McCollum. McCollum was just released from death row after being found INNOCENT.

Published on 2014-09-04 01:19:52 GMT

Great job by Ken Rose just now on All In with Chris Hayes. Ken Rose is one of Henry McCollum's attorneys. McCollum and his brother Leon Brown were found to be INNOCENT after 31 years in prison.

Published on 2014-09-04 01:12:09 GMT

Inmate program marks decade of service (McDowell News)

Published on 2014-06-24 20:30:48 GMT

Legislators Reconsider Who’s Eligible for the Death Penalty (North Carolina Health News)

Published on 2014-06-19 21:01:33 GMT

1976 murder conviction goes before NC Innocence Commission Read more at (WRAL)