In the first half of our presentation, Lindsey Vann and Hannah Freedman discuss the legislative challenges to execution methods in South Carolina and Justice 360’s lawsuit challenging electrocution and firing squad as unconstitutional punishments. They discuss key points of the trial, break down the judge’s ruling, and discuss what the future may hold for execution methods litigation.
In the second half of our presentation, Allison Franz, Rosalind Major, and Brendan Van Winkle are joined by three prior Justice 360 clients: Rusty Cain, Tony Enriquez, and Raymond Patterson. They discuss how Justice 360’s representation shaped their cases and lives. In addition, they answer many important questions about the prison and parole systems in South Carolina and offer their thoughts on reformation. Please scroll to [51:50] for the beginning of this session.
This was a FREE event, but we are always accepting donations and sponsorships. All donations will go to support and continue our mission to promote fairness, reliability, and transparency in the criminal justice system for individuals facing the death penalty and juveniles facing life-in-prison sentencing. Please consider supporting the important work of Justice 360 and give the gift of justice today.