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Bill Summary: HB 1269

Greg Glod | September 27, 2019

Community Corrections in Florida

Greg Glod | June 3, 2019
Right on Crime’s Manager of State Initiates, Greg Glod, discusses the current state of community corrections in Florida. While the use of community supervision is a positive criminal justice…

Louisiana Criminal Justice Reform

Greg Glod | April 30, 2019
In 2017, the Justice Reinvestment Initiative (JRI) reforms were passed with overwhelming bi-partisan support in the Louisiana Legislature and signed into law by Governor Edwards.  Over a year and…

Why faith should lead us on criminal justice reform

Greg Glod | July 20, 2018
This article by Greg Glod originally appeared at The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission July 20, 2018. My grandmother on my mother’s side was born on Zakynthos, a small…

Iowa Supreme Court rules in favor of property owner’s rights in major civil asset forfeiture case

Greg Glod | June 25, 2018
This blog by Greg Glod originally appeared at the Federalist Society June 23rd, 2018. On May 25, the Iowa Supreme Court issued an opinion in the case In the Matter…

Texas’ Bail System is Costing us all a Fortune

Greg Glod | September 15, 2017
This article by Greg Glod originally appeared in The Monitor, September 15th, 2017. If you ask anyone, regardless of their political views, who they would rather have behind bars…

Failed Grand Jury Reform Proposals Must See Another Day

Greg Glod | July 13, 2017
This article by Greg Glod  originally appeared in Houston Chronicle on July 12, 2017. Many bills did not make it across the finish line in the regular legislative session, but two…

Balancing the Scales of Due Process: The Conservative Case for Grand Jury Reform in Texas

Greg Glod | November 8, 2016
This paper discusses the history of the American grand jury system, Texas’ grand jury system, areas within the status quo where procedural safeguards do not properly protect the liberties…

Utah v. Strieff Doesn’t Give Cops License to Kill the Fourth

Greg Glod | July 25, 2016
This commentary originally appeared in the Washington Examiner on July 25th, 2016. “This case allows the police to stop you on the street, demand your identification, and check it for…

In Florida, Major Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Bill Awaits Governor’s Signature

Greg Glod | March 18, 2016
Florida is a signature away from passing one of the most comprehensive civil asset forfeiture bills in the country. SB 1044, which recently passed unanimously out of the Florida…

“The Government’s Overcriminalization Hypocrisy”

Greg Glod | January 5, 2016
This article originally appeared in Real Clear Policy on December 22nd, 2015. In a report released this week, the Government Accountability Office determined that the EPA’s use of social…
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