Brett Tolman is the Executive Director of Right On Crime joined me to chat on effective criminal justice reform. Some people are evil and deserve to be imprisoned, the organized left ignores this reality to the harm and peril of Americans everywhere.
Right on Crime exists to balance reform efforts with the rights of victims and plans to expand to have a presence in 24 states.
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- Brett Tolman - Right on CrimeRight on Crime — He was a leading figure in the drafting and passage of the First Step Act, one of the most sweeping reforms of the federal criminal justice system in decades. Tolman continues to advise the White House and many members of Congress on such issues. He is an attorney and founder of the Tolman Group focusing on public policy and government reform. Previously, he was a shareholder at Ray Quinney and Nebeker and served as chair of the firm’s White Collar, Corporate Compliance, and Government Investigations section. For the past 10 years, Tolman has defended corporations and executives in all manner of state and federal criminal and regulatory actions across the country.
- What's to blame for the murder spike? Nikole Hannah-Jones has thoughts – HotAir — Murders in the United States rose by 30 percent in 2020, the largest one-year increase on record. There are likely many factors that contributed to the spike, but there’s one thing that clearly did not help: the blanket anti-police mantra adopted by many urban and national leaders after the killing of George Floyd.