Tag: right to counsel

R2C National Consortium Quarterly Webinar (June 2017)

R2C National Consortium Quarterly Webinar (June 2017)

ANNA KOOZMIN: Hello everyone, and welcome to our webinar today. My name is Anna Koozmin and I’m a program assistant here at the Justice Programs Office at American University. Before we get started, I’m going to go over…

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Opening Remarks at the 2017 Right to Counsel National Consortium

Opening Remarks at the 2017 Right to Counsel National Consortium

ALAN R. HANSON: Thank you. Thank you Priya, very much. Priya’s with our bureau of justice assistance works on the right to counsel work. Also, Maha thank you for your good work at Access to Justice; also for…

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Highlights from the 2015 Right to Counsel National Consortium Inaugural Meeting

Highlights from the 2015 Right to Counsel National Consortium Inaugural Meeting

NARRATOR: The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that in all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to have the assistance of counsel. The Sixth Amendment safeguards the dignity of the individual when confronted…

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R2C National Consortium Quarterly Webinar (March 2017)

R2C National Consortium Quarterly Webinar (March 2017)

GENEVIEVE: Anna, if you could go to the next two slides, that would be great. So today we have a very full agenda and we’re really excited about it. We’ve been participating in this ongoing public opinion research….

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