At Long Last — Photos from the Senate Judiciary Committee Mandatory Minimum Hearing

Post Date: October 16, 2013

On September 18, 2013, FAMM members came to Washington, D.C from across the country to attend the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on reevaluating our federal mandatory  sentencing laws.  Thanks again to all who came to the hearing — we enjoyed meeting all of you — and thanks to all who continue to support mandatory minimum reform!

If you missed last month’s hearing, you can watch the webcast video. And check out our photos below — click on the thumbnails to see the full size photos.

P.S. Did you attend the hearing? If you took any good photos from the hearing, share them with us on Facebook or Twitter!

One Response to “At Long Last — Photos from the Senate Judiciary Committee Mandatory Minimum Hearing”

  1. Janice

    I really wish to thank FAMM for the continuous effort they have put in for years and still do for us families and our loved ones who have been incarcerated. We are hoping against hope and having faith that the laws against mandatory minimums will eventually change for the benefit of our loved ones whom we miss each and every hour,day,month and years. My son has been in there for seven years . He was given 20 years for drugs involvement. He is first time offender and the crime was non-violent. I would like to speak for my son and tons of other families who have their loved ones locked up for lengthy period of time that this has to stop.stop and stop. They are human beings. Please do not treat them likebanimals. When animals are caged we feel so depressed and say “they need to be free”. What about humans. Don’t they need to be free.? This country is all about freedom. Don’t they need their freedom.? I know that they are only human, and they will make mistakes. But, try need a second chance. Thank you for listening.


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