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BJA FY 17 Wrongful Conviction Review Program
One of BJA's guiding principles is to promote a fair criminal justice system. For the past two decades, the American justice system has been confronted with a steady stream of post-conviction...more
Posted On - 2017-01-04


Wrongful Conviction Review Program
One of BJA's guiding principles is to promote a fair criminal justice system. For the past two decdes, the American justice system has been confronted with a steady stream of post-conviction...more
Posted On - 2016-02-11


BJA FY 15 Adjudication and Law Enforcement National Initiatives: Improving Responses to Criminal Justice Issues
The FY 2015 Adjudication and Law Enforcement National Initiatives: Improving Responses to Criminal Justice Issues Competitive Grant Announcement focuses on national initiatives to improve the...more
Posted On - 2015-03-16




BJA FY 15 Wrongful Conviction Review Program
One of BJA’s guiding principles is to promote a fair criminal justice system. Over the past two decades, the American justice system has been confronted with a steady stream of post-conviction...more
Posted On - 2015-02-18


BJA FY 14 National Training and Technical Assistance: Capital Case Litigation
The purpose of the Capital Case Litigation Initiative (CCLI) (supported by and funded through 42 U.S.C. §14163 et seq.) is to assist states with: (1) improving the quality of legal representation...more
Posted On - 2014-04-09


BJA FY 13 Capital Case Litigation Initiative
The purpose of the Capital Case Litigation Initiative (CCLI) (supported by 42 U.S.C. §14163 et seq.) is to provide high-quality training on death penalty issues to improve legal representation...more
Posted On - 2013-01-02


BJA FY 13 Wrongful Conviction Review Program
One of BJA’s guiding principles is to promote a fair criminal justice system. Over the past two decades, the American justice system has been confronted with a steady stream of post-conviction...more
Posted On - 2012-12-06





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Honest Tea: Living Somewhere in the Grey


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