CCJR in the News

Update on our Annual Meeting held on March 17, 2015

Update and photos from our
2014 Annual Meeting
Held on March 17, 2015


Chris Dornin wants policy changed regarding sex offenders and the national sex offender registry. Dornin gave a speech at Keene State College Monday, Feb. 15 in an event called “The war on sex offenders and other bad policies.” The Equinox interviewed Dornin to preview his speech earlier this week.

No ‘get out of jail free’ card - Inmates line up for earned tme credit under new law

CONVICTED BURGLAR Joshua Shepard appeared in Belknap County Superior Court on Wednesday and asked a judge to reduce his sentence by 300 days under the terms of a newly passed state law that allows inmates to receive earned time credit if they take advantage of educational opportunities, vocational training and other programs while behind bars.

New women’s prison in Concord may not have enough beds when it opens

New Hampshire prison officials are concerned the new women’s prison in Concord will already be too small on the day it opens. Department of Corrections Commissioner William Wrenn has told lawmakers the 224-bed facility may be packed to capacity when it opens in October 2016.

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