University of Southern California

In the News

2014 Archive

APRIL

PCJP: Over 75 Lifers Released
PCJP’s Defense of Mary Jones

MARCH

Big Win for PCJP
Freed after 32 years for murder; USC team calls woman ‘extraordinary’
Woman, 74, to be freed after 32 years in prison for murder she didn’t commit

2013 Archive

DECEMBER

California man convicted at 16 resentenced under new law
O.C. man receives parole eligibility for teenage crime

SEPTEMBER

Governor Brown Signs SB 260
Senate Bill 260 Passes the Assembly Floor

JULY

Domestic Abuse Victim Glenda Virgil is Freed

JUNE

Life Without Parole? No Child Deserves That
San Quentin Parolee Faces Changed World After His Release
Prison is Too Violent for Young Offenders

FEBRUARY

USC law students fight to get a dying woman released from prison
PCJP Files Request Urging Gov. Brown to Grant Parole to Terminally Ill Inmate
Two Students Lecture on Parole Process at San Quentin Prison
PCJP Hosts Second Annual “Lifer” School

JANUARY

USC Law Students Urge Gov. Brown to Grant Parole to Terminally Ill Inmate
Client Sentenced As Juvenile Gives Back, Is Found Suitable for Parole

2012 Archive

JANUARY

California Supreme Court Reaffirms Lawrence Holding

FEBRUARY

PCJP Celebrates 30 Years

OCTOBER

USC’s Post-Conviction Justice Project Expands Focus to Represent Youth Offenders
Sign the Petition to Parole 65-year-old Glenda Jo Virgil
Heidi Rummel and Students Talk Juvenile Justice on KXSC Radio
Student Learns Empathy and Patience

DECEMBER

PCJP Alumnus Elected to Washington State Supreme Court

 

 

2011 Archive

JUNE

PCJP Students victorious after arguing before Court of Appeal

JULY

Off to Sacramento: PCJP students Mark Fahey ’13 and Celina Kirchner ’13 Lobby in Favor of Juvenile Justice Bill

AUGUST

Clinical teaching fellowship established

SEPTEMBER

Zach Crowley ’12 and Max Castro ’12 Claim Wins Before California Court of Appeals

NOVEMBER

U.S. Supreme Court to Review Constitutionality of Life Without Parole Sentences for Juveniles

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