CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM
Meet the Real Talk: A Candid Conversation on criminal justice reform panelists
ORLANDO, Fla. – The conversation about criminal justice reform is both important and ongoing in our country right now. They are: Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala, author Agnes Gomillion, Florida Rights Restoration Coalition president Desmond Meade and attorney Mark O’Mara. He’s known for his efforts to civically engage local communities and push for alterations to national criminal justice policies. Since then, he’s served as a legal analyst for CNN and spoken on topics including race, criminal justice reform, guns and self-defense. He founded Justice Outreach, a nonprofit designed to identify and fix problems in the criminal justice system.
News 6 hosts Real Talk town hall on criminal justice reform
ORLANDO, Fla. The criminal justice system is an integral part of our society but its not without its faults. News 6 wants to be part of the solution, thats why were hosting Real Talk: A Candid Conversation on criminal justice reform from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on July 23. Our panel of experts will discuss sentencing disparities, wrongful convictions, mass incarceration and more as they examine the issues surrounding our criminal justice system not just today, but for decades. Brock Turner and Albert Wilson (File)The newspaper reports that Wilson admitted to kissing the girl but said they never had sex. These are just a few high-profile instances of why reforming our critical justice system is a critical issue.