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John Holdridge

Director of the Capital Punishment Project

American Civil Liberties Union

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American Civil Liberties Union

128 Dorrance Street Suite 220

Providence, Rhode Island,02903

United States

Company Description

The American Civil Liberties Union was founded in 1920 and is our nation's guardian of liberty. The ACLU works in the courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by th... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

John Holdridge, Attorney at law


Director, CPP

American Civil Liberties Union


Affiliations

Gulf Region Advocacy Center

Board Member


ACLU

Founder


Education

Lawrence University


law

New York University


Web References(127 Total References)


ACLU: The 2006 Supreme Court Term

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John Holdridge, Director of ACLU Capital Punishment Project
John Holdridge took the helm of the ACLU Capital Punishment Project in December of 2005. Prior to his appointment at the ACLU, Holdridge was a public defender in Connecticut's Capital Defense and Trial Services Unit and, before that, he spent 11 years as director of the Mississippi and Louisiana Capital Trial Assistance Project in New Orleans. He is a graduate of New York University School of Law and in 2001 received the National Legal Aid & Defender Association's Life in the Balance Achievement Award.


American Civil Liberties Union : About Us: Staff Leaders

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NEW YORK - In the wake of the 1,000th death penalty execution in the modern era, the American Civil Liberties Union today announced the hiring of John Holdridge as the new director of its Capital Punishment Project.


More Lawmakers Take a Stand Against Death Penalty - TCADP

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06-3000-SLR (D. Del.). "It's probably the strongest momentum since the death penalty was reinstated in the mid-1970s," said John Holdridge, director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Capital Punishment Project, which advocates against the death penalty.


News | Death Penalty Information Center

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John Holdridge, Director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Capital Punishment Project, optimistically hoped that the moratorium 'presented a rare opportunity to reflect on why we remain the only advanced Western democracy to retain this punishment.' 49


::: Cleraun University Centre::: —University Students Focus Weekly Cultural Forum :::

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A paper will be given by John Holdridge who is Director of the American Civil Liberties Union's (ACLU) Capital Punishment Project in Durham, North Carolina.
Before studying law at New York University, he worked for a year as a journalist in Ireland. Prior to joining the ACLU in 2006, he was a public defender in Connecticut's Capital Defence and Trial Services Unit and, before that, spent 11 years as director of the Mississippi and Louisiana Capital Trial Assistance Project in New Orleans. He has represented numerous "Death Row" clients at trial, on appeal, and in post-conviction proceedings.


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