Frankie Guzman is an attorney at the National Center for Youth Law working to eliminate prosecuting and incarcerating children in California’s adult criminal justice system, and advocating for alternative sentencing and local treatment. Guzman, imprisoned as a teen, went on to become a community college transfer student to UC Berkeley and graduate of UCLA School of Law with a specialization in Public Interest Law and Policy. Today, he’s an expert in juvenile law and policy and is a co-author of numerous juvenile justice laws, including California’s Proposition 57 passed in 2016 in partnership with the Office of Governor Jerry Brown.
Special Decarcerated News Segment: Michelle Alexander’s bestselling book, The New Jim Crow released in Spanish and a collaboration with Google.org and LatinoJustice.org
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