Crossover Day was Friday, March 3. This is the last day that bills needed to cross over from one chamber to the other in order to potentially become law this year. The Report of the Georgia Council on Criminal Justice Reform … Continue reading
Action: Call your representative and ask them to vote NO on House Bill 116. What: HB 116 expands the list of offenses for which a juvenile can face charges in adult criminal court. This would make it easier for people … Continue reading
Georgia Justice Project will hold its 2017 Grass Roots Justice Awards event on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 6PM at The Commerce Club in Downtown Atlanta. This year we are proud to honor The Coca-Cola Company for its commitment to criminal justice reform, … Continue reading
Many thanks to our 2017 Grass Roots Justice Awards Champion level sponsors. Click here for more information about GJP’s 2017 Grass Roots Awards.
Join us the first Friday of each month for free sessions to help you understand your criminal history and what you can do about it. These information sessions are free, but YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER. Space is limited. To reserve your spot, … Continue reading
On February 2, 2017, Georgia Justice Project came together with thirteen other organizations, directly impacted individuals, and concerned citizens to promote criminal justice reform in our state. We had 275 people participants, representing 44 senate districts and 80 representative districts across Georgia. … Continue reading