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Release Party for Yesterday’s Monsters

Hi, Dear Readers! My new book Yesterday’s Monsters: The Manson Family Cases and the Illusion of Parole is out from UC Press and I am inviting you to celebrate! When:

Congratulations, HJCP! And, Moratorium Event

In all the excitement and fury about the Mueller report, I completely forgot to congratulate our new student-run journal at UC Hastings – the Hastings Journal of Crime and Punishment

Upcoming Cheap on Crime Appearance at Manny’s

Hello Everyone,I’m writing to invite you to an upcoming talk at Manny’s, the new café/civic engagement center in San Francisco (Valencia and 16th). When: April 9, 7:30pm-9pmWhere: Manny’s, 3092 16th Street,

Juveniles in Adult Institutions

Yesterday we held a film screening and a panel on juveniles serving prison terms in adult institutions, which was cosponsored (and generously funded) by Rosen Bien Galvan and Grunfeld, LLP.

Today! Live Argument in Jones v. Davis

Starting at 10am, Jones v. Davis, the case in which the death penalty in California was declared unconstitutional because of the delays, streams live here: If you’re at Hastings, join

Upcoming Event! Juveniles in Adult Institutions

We’re happy to invite you to a film screening and discussion of juveniles doing time in adult prisons. RSVP via this link.

SB-328 Passes, Determines Criteria for Trying Juveniles as Adults

Source: Legislative Analyst’s Office SB 382, coauthored by Senators Ricardo Lara and Mark Leno, clarifies the criteria under which the criminal justice system should determine whether to try a juvenile

Wed, Feb 25, 6pm: SF Release Party for Cheap on Crime

Cheap on Crime is out in print and you’re all invited to celebrate!What: Book reading, signing, Q&A, conversations, great food and drinksWhere: Book Passage, the bookstore at the Ferry Building,

Upcoming Events

This is a big week! On Wednesday 2/11 you’re invited to attend the UC Hastings release party for Cheap on Crime, held at the Alumni Reception Center at 3:30pm. And

Upcoming Conference: Policing on Trial