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Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power

April is recognized as National Child Abuse Prevention Month to create awareness of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse as well as the many forms of neglect. Last year, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a video that cites that 1 in 7 children are abused....
Abolish Mandatory Minimum Sentences in Virginia

Abolish Mandatory Minimum Sentences in Virginia

The 2021 Virginia General Assembly is debating whether to abolish mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes committed in Virginia. The legislature should do so immediately. The State Crime Commission has recently recommended such action when it voted 9-2 on...
Ending Virginia’s Death Penalty

Ending Virginia’s Death Penalty

Virginia has executed more prisoners, except Texas, than any other state in the country. But now things are changing with a democratically–controlled legislature in Richmond, for the first time in a generation in Virginia. A bill currently sponsored by Senator Scott...
False domestic abuse claims

False domestic abuse claims

Did you ever yell at your spouse in a heated argument or touch your partner’s arm to emphasize a point in contention? If you’re like me (and millions of others), you have, and you may have also subjected yourself to being served with an order of protection. Some...
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Making Progress on Virginia Judicial Reform

Making Progress on Virginia Judicial Reform

December 16, 2020—The Virginia legislature has recently addressed two key long-awaited reforms designed to make the criminal justice system in Virginia fairer to defendants. Criminal Sentences Now to be Imposed by Judges—Not JuriesVirginia was one of just a handful of...