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Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network Inc
118 Locust Street
Interns are challenged to put classroom training and talent to work on behalf of the many needy individuals the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network serves, and to work creatively to reduce the barriers to a more just society. Each MLK intern is treated as a va
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Angus Love, Executive DirectorThe Cast Iron BuildingSuite 304 South718 Arch StreetPhiladelphia, PA. 19106 (215) 925-2966
Broken On All Sides: Race, Mass Incarceration & New Visions for Criminal Justice in the U.S.
Angus Love, board member of PA Prison Society
PAILP.org | What We Do
The previous grant supported the Bowers litigation that successfully challenged the intake procedures for the PPS. [see 2007 US Lexis 5804]. 'Given the recent budget cuts, this grant is indispensable in allowing this class action to proceed in a professional manner," said Angus Love, Executive Director of PaILP.
PAILP.org | Self-Help Materials
Edited by Angus Love, Esquire with a special thanks to Eva De Lair, and Katherine Constantine and Adrienne Ghorashi of the Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project.
PAILP.org | News Articles
Angus Love, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project, was appointed to the Joint State Government Commission and Advocacy Task Force to study geriatric and serious ill inmates housed in the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections system.
is optimistic that the group can begin a process of revising law and regulations that will relieve the Commonwealth of a significant financial burden without compromising public safety.
Studies have shown that elderly offenders are the least likely to commit new crimes upon release.
Compromised health issues further inhibit their ability to return to a life of crime.
Some jurisdictions, confronted by budget crises and crowded facilities, have been forced to release large numbers of offenders.
hopes the task force recommendations can avoid such desperate moves by sensible long-range planning.