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Criminal Justice Reform Caucus

June 14, 2021
Criminal Justice Reform Caucus | June 14, 2021, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   [Read More]

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PCN Call-In Program on Criminal Justice Reform

June 10, 2021
Senator Camera Bartolotta and Senator Art Haywood discuss their goals on Criminal Justice Reform on live television in 2019.   [Read More]

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Probation Reform

June 10, 2021
Senator Camera Bartolotta spoke at a rally in support of probation reform in Pennsylvania in 2019.   [Read More]

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Expungement Upon Pardon or Full Acquittal (HB 440 of YR 2019-2020)

June 10, 2021
In October of 2020, Senator Camera Bartolotta spoke in support of House Bill 440 (of YR 2019-2020), legislation that would provide an opportunity to expunge an individual’s record if they have been unconditionally pardoned or fully acquitted of all charges, based on the same conduct or arising from the same alleged criminal episode. The Commonwealth would receive notice of a potential expungement and would have an opportunity to object and conduct a hearing.   [Read More]

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Probation & Parole Reform PART 1 OF 2

June 10, 2021
2019 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Probation and Parole Reform, including a discussion of Senate Bill 14 (of YR 2019-2020).   [Read More]

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Probation & Parole Reform PART 2 OF 2

June 10, 2021
2019 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Probation and Parole Reform, including a discussion of Senate Bill 14 (of YR 2019-2020).   [Read More]

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Re-Entry and Re-Integration Programs

June 10, 2021
Remarks of Senator Camera Bartolotta at a Capitol news conference with other members of the Criminal Justice Reform Caucus to highlight the importance of re-entry and re-integration programs.   [Read More]

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Information and Compensation for Crime Victims (SB 502 of YR 2019-2020)

June 10, 2021
In 2019, Senator Camera Bartolotta spoke in support of Senate Bill 502 (of YR 2019-2020), legislation that would amend the Crime Victims Act to better provide information and compensation to victims. Specifically, the bill would update definitions in the Act; adding notice of the Address Confidentiality Program, and providing a right to notice of placement in the state drug offender treatment program. The bill would also allow counties to retain all supervision fees they collect.   [Read More]