OPM: Public Hearing on 2013 Legislative Proposals

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The Connecticut Sentencing Commission, recognizing the importance of public input, held a public hearing on November 29, 2012 to receive the views and opinions of those who may be affected by its 2013 legislative proposals.
On this page please find detailed information on the proposals, CTN coverage of the public hearing, and the written testimony submitted to the Commission.
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November 29, 2012
12:00 noon, Legislative Office Building (300 Capital Avenue), Room 2C, Hartford, CT
Dear Members of the Public,
The Connecticut Sentencing Commission was established under Connecticut Public Act 10-129, An Act Establishing a Sentencing Commission, to review on an ongoing basis the criminal justice and sentencing policies and laws of this state. Part of the commission’s charge is to “make recommendations concerning criminal justice legislation, including proposed modifications thereto, to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to the judiciary which shall hold a hearing thereon.” To that end, the Connecticut Sentencing Commission is considering the recommendation of several legislative proposals for the 2013 Connecticut General Assembly legislative session.
The Sentencing Commission, recognizing the importance of public input, is very interested in learning the views and opinions of those who may be affected by these proposals. As such, the Sentencing Commission held a Public Hearing on November 29, 2012 at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, Connecticut. Full details can be found on the commission’s site at http://www.ct.gov/opm/csc.
Hon. Joseph M. Shortall, Chair
Connecticut Sentencing Commission
Juvenile Sentence Reconsideration:
Miller v. Alabama:
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Contact  Information

For questions or information regarding this Public Hearing, please contact Acting Executive Director:

Andrew J. Clark, Acting Executive Director
Institute for Municipal & Regional Policy (IMRP)
Central Connecticut State University (CCSU)
Vance Academic Center, Room 114
clarkanj@mail.ccsu.edu (e-mail)
(860) 832 - 1871 (office)
(860) 832 - 0071 (fax)
(860) 538 - 2791 (cell)
Web: www.ccsu.edu/imrp/

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