The inmate-produced show will tell intimate stories of daily life behind bars.
For the incarcerated, personal agency is a
deciding factor in success after release.
Available on PBS stations starting June 1 (check local listings)
For more information about the film please go
The day you’re off parole you may register to vote in Colorado.
You’re eligible to vote while on probation in Colorado.
See our Voting section on remerg.com in the Life Skills section for more information.
NY Times April 19, 2017
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a Colorado law that made it hard for criminal defendants whose convictions were overturned to get refunds of the fines and restitution they had been ordered to pay.
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Remerg.com users may be interested in reading President Obama’s January 5, 2017, article in the Harvard Law Review titled “The President’s Role in Advancing Criminal Justice Reform.”
President Obama notes: “We simply cannot afford to spend $80 billion annually on incarceration, to write off the seventy million Americans — that’s almost one in three adults — with some form of criminal record, to release 600,000 inmates each year without a better program to reintegrate them into society, or to ignore the humanity of 2.2 million men and women currently in U.S. jails and prisons and over 11 million men and women moving in and out of U.S. jails every year.”
THIS IS WHY REMERG.COM LAUNCHED.We want to help.
To read the full article,
A Race to Deliver Criminal Justice Reform in Obama's Final Days
by DONNA OWENS
A Nashville lawyer hopes to wipe clean some arrest records for 128,000 Tennesseans. The lawyer, Daniel Horwitz, who has worked on multiple cases regarding incarceration and re-entry, has filed a class-action motion in county court to have the case files destroyed for hundreds of thousands of arrests and charges that never resulted in a conviction.