Prominent Speakers Added to Alternative Sentencing Key Stakeholder Summit

Event at Georgetown Law School March 7-8

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WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Roy
Austin, Deputy Assistant to President Obama, are two of the new speakers
who have been added to roster of speakers at the 2016 Alternative
Sentencing Key Stakeholder (ASKS) Summit. The event will be held at
Georgetown University Law Center on March 7-8, 2016 and will feature
more than 75 leading speakers and presenters.

Joining Austin on stage will be Glenn Martin, Founder and President of
JustLeadershipUSA. Martin served six years in a New York prison.

“We are excited to have such high caliber speakers and are very hopeful
that this summit will deliver meaningful discussion and catalyze even
more meaningful change,” said Charles Renfrew, the chairman of the
Summit. Renfrew is a former United States district judge and served as
the Deputy Attorney General of the United States.

Other presenters and panel members announced today include:


U.S. Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah)

Hon. Bernice Donald, Federal
Judge Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

Hon. John Gleeson, Federal
District Court Judge, Eastern District of New York

Hon. Brooke Wells, Federal
Judge Magistrate, District Court, Utah

Hon. Brian Frosh, Attorney
General for the State of Maryland (D)

Hon. Sam Olens, Attorney
General for the State of Georgia (R)

Hon. Michael Boggs, Chair of
Georgia Criminal Justice Reform Commission and Appeals Court
Judge, Georgia Court of Appeals

Hon. Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles
County District Attorney (D)

Mark Holden, Senior Vice
President and General Counsel, Koch Industries Inc.

Jesselyn McCurdy, Senior
Legislative Counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union

Grover Norquist, President of
Americans for Tax Reform


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contact Benjamin May.

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