Thursday, March 10, 2011


Hawaii’s criminal justice system to be discussed on PBS tonight

by Larry Geller

If you’ve been following bills related to Hawaii’s criminal justice system, you may want to watch Island Insights on PBS tonight (Thursday, 3/10/11) at 7:30 p.m.

An ACLU email announces that guests be ACLU-HI Senior Staff Attorney Daniel Gluck, State Senator Will Espero, chair of the Senate Committee on Public Safety, Jodie Maesaka-Hirata, Director of the Department on Public Safety, Robert Perkinson, Associate Professor of American Studies at UH Manoa and  of course the moderator is Dan Boylan..

Somehow they missed having Kat Brady on the show.

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Kat Brady should have joined the rest on the show. Hawaii's criminal justice system is definitely under a lot of criticism and rightly too. They must bring a positive change in line with 21st century.

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