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Nation’s leading Criminal Defense association recognizes Peter Wagner as a “Champion of State Criminal Justice Reform”

by Leah Sakala, August 8, 2013

At the end of July, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers awarded Peter the “Champion of State Criminal Justice Reform Award” at the 12th Annual State Criminal Justice Network Conference in San Francisco, California. It was a great honor!

We recently got some pictures from NACDL of the award ceremony, and took a few shots of the award going up in the office:

Jerry J. Cox, Peter Wagner, and Angelyn Frazer

NACDL President Jerry J. Cox, Peter Wagner, and State Legislative Affairs Director Angelyn Frazer at the NACDL conference (Image source: NACDL)

Peter Wagner presenting at NACDL's conference

Peter speaking at the NACDL conference (Image source: NACDL)

Hanging the award in the PPI office

Hanging the award in the Prison Policy Initiative office

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  1. WNEU Law Alumni Magazine profiles Peter Wagner | Prison Policy Initiative says, 3 months after publication:

    […] Wagner ’03 was recently honored with the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ 2013 Champion of State Criminal […]

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