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SADO's Jason Eggert to Argue Before Michigan Supreme Court

Special Session, April 24, 2019 at 10:00am

SADO's Jason Eggert will argue before the Michigan Supreme Court in People v Jennifer Marie Hammerlund (Docket No. 156901) at a special session to be held at the East Grand Rapids High School, 2211 Lake Drive SE, Grand Rapids, MI, on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 10am. The Court has directed the parties to address whether it is constitutionally permissible for a police officer to compel, coerce, or otherwise entice a person located in his or her home to enter a public place to perform a warrantless arrest. Read More

SADO's Project Reentry Presents a Creative Arts Workshop

Sunday, April 28, 2019 2pm at SADO Detroit

Join us in collaboration with the Prison Creative Arts Project for an Art Workshop for formerly incarcerated individuals led by formerly incarcerated individuals. The workshop will focus on artistic expression and public speaking. Attendees will have the opportunity to create a self-portrait using unique art styles and present their final product to the group. Read More

Project Reentry Publishes Newsletter for Returning Citizens

The Drum: Articles, Stories, and Resources for the JLWOP Community

The April 2019 issue of The Drum is now available. The Drum is a publication, produced by SADO’s Project Reentry, featuring articles by and for former juvenile lifers returning to the community. The Drum also identifies a wide variety of resources for returning citizens, including financial budgeting, employment opportunities, and community tips. This month’s issue features an article on The Reform of Cannabis Laws, events and organizations focused on employment, a citizen spotlight on Daniel Jones (home since March 12), an introduction to our team member Lisa Rochow, a story about the rescue of Lafayette, SADO’s adopted Woodcock, and more. Read More

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This project was funded by the Byrne JAG grant #2010-DJ-BX-0003, awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), and administered by the Michigan state Police (MSP). Points of view or opinions contained within this document do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the MSP or DOJ.