This October, we are excited to host our third annual virtual summit to highlight Justice 360’s work representing clients facing extreme criminal sentences. The past year has brought many challenges to our work, and we are excited to share updates from our execution methods lawsuit and stories of several recently released clients.
Execution Methods Update
Learn more about the legislative challenges to execution methods in South Carolina and Justice 360’s lawsuit challenging electrocution and firing squad as unconstitutional punishments.
Lindsey Vann joined Justice 360 in 2013 and became Executive Director in 2017 after serving as a Justice 360 Fellow and Staff Attorney. Lindsey is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Richmond School of Law. Prior to joining Justice 360, Lindsey was a law clerk to the Honorable James R. Spencer in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Hannah Freedman joined our organization in September 2017. She is a graduate of Duke University and Cornell Law School and a proud native of Clemson. Prior to joining Justice 360, Hannah served as a law clerk to Judge Richard C. Wesley of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and Justice Harold E. Eaton of the Vermont Supreme Court.
Justice 360 Client Stories
Our speakers are former death penalty and juvenile clients who have recently been released. Hear the stories of how Justice 360’s representation provided clients and their families with a lifeline and second chances.
Tony Enriquez Rusty Cain Raymond Patterson
This is a FREE event but we are 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.