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Right on Crime | October 2, 2013
On September 24, The James Madison Institute hosted a forum in partnership with The Florida State University’s Project on Accountable Justice and St. Petersburg College Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions to discuss what Florida can learn from Georgia’s successful juvenile justice reforms. The public forum was titled “A Tale of Two Cities: What Can Florida Learn From Georgia’s Criminal and Juvenile Justice Reforms?” and featured The Honorable Michael P. Boggs, Judge, Georgia Court of Appeals, Co-Chair, Georgia Council on Criminal Justice Reform, The Honorable Jay Neal, Member, Georgia House of Representatives, W. Thomas Worthy, Deputy Executive Counsel, and Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, Co-Chair, Georgia Council on Criminal Justice Reform.