Category: WISE Criminal Justice Huddle News


Today’s Daily Action #3 – Maryland desperately needs Criminal Justice Reform. We desperately need you to call to help!

We need you to give your State Senator a call today–this morning. Please ask your Senator to Support SB1156. SUPER IMPORTANT! If you are D33, Senator Reilly – 410-841-3568. If not, find your Senator here: For contact information on your…

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Daily Action #2 – We MUST stop Maryland from moving backwards! STOP bad crime bill that ignores all of the data on how to actually reduce crime! PLEASE call.

Action Alert from MAJR! Oppose Tough-on-Crime Legislation! Action Request:  Please contact your House delegates (If you go to http://mdelect.net and put in your address, you can then click on the names of your Delegates for contact information.) and ask them to…

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Daily Call to Action – we need criminal justice reform, not more of the same failed laws!

Call to Action! Call Delegate Malone (410-841-3510) and ask him to VOTE NO on SB1222! If you are not in District 33, check list to see if you have a rep on Judiciary committee (list attached) and call and say…

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: Contact House Judiciary Committee

Please call Chair Joseph F. Vallario, Jr., (410) 841-3488 to oppose and support the following bills. Please also call if you have a Representative on the Committee (District 33 Delegate Malone 410-841-3510) to check other districts, click here: http://msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/06hse/html/com/05jud.html Criminal…

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: Call Judiciary Committee! Lots of critical bills!

Please call Chair Vallario (301-858-3488) and your Rep if you have one on the Judiciary Committee (see link to list below) It is critically important to get bills out of committee to a floor vote this week. Please do one…

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: ACT NOW TO REFORM MARYLAND’S INHUMANE USE OF SOLITARY CONFINEMENT

Maryland must reform the inhumane practice of solitary confinement. Pass HB 786! Solitary confinement is cruel and should be unusual in Maryland. Instead, it’s used at twice the national average. And in 2016 persons were spending an average of two…

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM REPORTS, AND NEWS ARTICLES

“Bail Reform in Maryland: Progress and Possibilities”, a well-written and powerful report prepared by a team of master students at Princeton under the supervision of Prof. Ben Jealous at the request of the Baltimore and PG County branches of the…

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