University of Southern California

Two Students Lecture on Parole Process at San Quentin Prison

Written February 6th, 2013 by

Third-year clinical students Ryan Appleby and Jackson Trugman, along with supervising attorney Heidi Rummel, recently presented a three-part lecture on California Parole Law and Lifer Hearings to members of Kid C.A.T. and their guests at San Quentin Prison. Kid C.A.T., which stands for Creating Awareness Together, is a group of inmates who received life sentences for crimes they committed as juveniles. To an audience of about forty inmates, Appleby and Trugman covered topics ranging from “insight” to parole plans over the course of three sessions.

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