Improving Criminal Justice Systems Through Expanded Strategies and Innovative Collaborations: Report of the National Symposium on Indigent Defense (February 25-26, 1999) (NCJ 181344)

This report presents the outcomes of the National Symposium on Indigent Defense (held February 25-26, 1999), which was convened by the U.S. Justice Department to explore ways in which the leaders of indigent defense systems can effectively forge alliances, build and strengthen innovative partnerships, and otherwise collaborate in ways that enhance the representation of indigent criminal defendants.
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Richard J. Wilson (Washington College of Law at American University); Scott Wallace (National Legal Aid & Defender Association); Patricia Puritz (American Bar Association Juvenile Justice Center)
Updated October 20, 2014