Crime and Punishment Revisited - Sentencing Reform in a Post-Plata World

UC Davis School of Law presents “Crime & Punishment Revisited: Sentencing in a Post-Plata World.” A dialog among policy leaders about ways to clarify California’s complex and confusing sentencing system. Findings from the discussion will be shared with the Governor and Legislature to enable further legal reform research. This event is co-sponsored by The California Endowment and American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section. Speakers (partial list): • Vikram Amar, Associate Dean, UC Davis School of Law • David Ball, ABA Corrections Committee Co-chair and Professor, Santa Clara Law School • Matthew Cate, Secretary, California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation • G. Jack Chin, Professor, UC Davis School of Law • Steve Cooley, District Attorney, Los Angeles County • Hon. Roger Dickinson, Assemblymember, Chair, Assembly Committee on Accountability & Administrative Review • Stuart Drown, Executive Director, Little Hoover Commission • Angela Harris, Professor, UC Davis School of Law • Kevin R. Johnson, Dean, UC Davis School of Law • Jerry Landau, Government Relations Director, Supreme Court of Arizona • Hon. Carol Liu, State Senator, Senate Public Safety Committee • Aaron Maguire, Deputy Legislative Secretary, Office of Governor Jerry Brown • John McGinness, KFBK radio host and former Sacramento County Sheriff • Marc Miller, Vice Dean, University of Arizona Rogers College of Law • Lee Seale, Director of Internal Oversight and Research, California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation • David Sklansky, Professor and Faculty Chair of the Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice External Link, UC Berkeley School of Law • Wendy Still, Chief Probation Officer, City & County of San Francisco • Hon. Steve White, Presiding Judge, Sacramento Superior Court • Hon. Mariko Yamada, Assemblymember, Representing the 8th Assembly District