Landmark Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Bill Introduced

The Due Process Institute applauds Senators Durbin and Grassley for once again serving as lead sponsors of a landmark bipartisan criminal justice reform bill, as well as co-sponsors Senators Leahy, Lee, Booker, and Tillis, for putting their political differences aside and working together for the good of the country to introduce the Prohibiting Punishment of Acquitted Conduct Act of 2019 (S. 2566).  

#BipartisanWorks  #JuriesDecide

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We are grateful for the support of our allies in endorsing this legislation!

  #Cut50; ALEC Action; Aleph Institute; ABA; ACLU; American Conservative Union; Americans for Prosperity; Americans for Tax Reform; Digital Liberty; Drug Policy Alliance;  Fair Trials; Faith and Freedom Coalition; FAMM; Federal Public & Community Defenders; Freedomworks; Innocence Project; Koch Industries; NACDL; National Legal Aid and Defender Association; Prison Fellowship; R Street Institute; Right on Crime; The Sentencing Project; Texas Public Policy Foundation; and Tzedek Association.

#JURIESDECIDE CAMPAIGN: LEGISLATIVE ACTION

Statement in Support of Legislation from DPI's Founder + President

Statement in Support of Legislation from DPI's Founder + President

Statement in Support of Legislation from DPI's Founder + President



Understand the Bipartisan Bill

Statement in Support of Legislation from DPI's Founder + President

Statement in Support of Legislation from DPI's Founder + President



Prohibiting Punishment of Acquitted Conduct Act (S. 2566)

Statement in Support of Legislation from DPI's Founder + President

Prohibiting Punishment of Acquitted Conduct Act (S. 2566)



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