Former New York Police Commissioner and Chairman of the American Coalition for Criminal Justice Reform (ACCJR), Bernie Kerik in response to today’s announcement by President Barack Obama regarding the commuted the prison sentences of 46 drug offenders issued the following statement: The American Coalition of Criminal Justice Reform applauds President Obama’s commutation of 46 non-violent drug ...Read More »
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From the Daily Signal Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik was known as one of America’s toughest crime fighters. Then, as he details in his new book, “From Jailer to Jailed,” Kerik found himself convicted of tax fraud and sentenced to four years behind bars. This experience has ...Read More »
“Whether it is the incarceration of young blacks sentenced to draconian sentences for low level, ...Read More »