Barbara Levine, CAPPS associate director for policy and research, is participating on a panel hosted by the ACLU of Michigan Lansing Branch and the Cooley Law School Student Chapter. The panel will be followed by a community conversation about reforming Michigan’s sentencing, probation and parole policies. The event is scheduled for:

Monday, October 21, Cooley Law School Lobby, 300 South Capitol Ave., Lansing, MI 48933

Other panelists will include:

  • Anthony Derezinski, Vice-Chairman, Michigan Law Revision Commission
  • Thomas Boyd, Chief Judge of 55th District Court
  • Stuart Dunnings, III, Ingham County Prosecutor
  • Ronald Bretz, Professor and Chairman, Criminal Law and Procedure, Cooley Law School

The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.