Lone Star Justice Alliance                                      March 2020                                      Edition 2, Volume 1 
Governor Abbott Offers Clemency to Victims of Human Trafficking,
Domestic Violence
We are so proud to have worked with our partners on this issue and thrilled that the Governor has taken this bold step!

Once again Governor Abbott and Chairman David Gutierrez are leading on issues involving human trafficking and bringing dignity, compassion, and grace to these victims. “Texas is committed to empowering the survivors of domestic abuse and human trafficking, and one of the surest signals of that goal is laying out a true path to redemption and restoration," said Governor Abbott. "The gubernatorial pardon plays an important role in this redemption process because it offers a second chance to survivors with criminal convictions resulting from their abuse or exploitation.

We are grateful for our ongoing partnership with the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles as we work together to develop a stronger justice system that promotes redemption, restoration, and transformation."
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March 5th & 6th 

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Introducing New Deputy Director
LSJA is excited to introduce you to our new Deputy Director, Yulise Reaves Waters! We are thrilled to have Yulises' additional support and leadership for LSJA as we continue to grow. Please join us in congratulating her!
A Win for Our Client and All Juvenile Lifers
On January 17th, 2020 a court ordered the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to provide information about the parole process to a client of the Lone Star Justice Alliance.

This information will help to prove that life with the possibility of parole is an unconstitutional sentence for juveniles because parole is completely unrealistic in the cases of juveniles convicted of capital offenses.

This is a big win for our client and all juvenile lifers because it means the parole process and illegal sentencing of juveniles can now be exposed.
Nonprofit Leader of the Year Nomination
Our very own, Elizabeth Henneke has been name a finalist in DivInc's Champions of Change Awards for Nonprofit Leader of the Year! 

This special event recognizes local individuals who not only hold diversity as a core value, they also “walk the talk” to make Austin a truly inclusive community. 
New Austin Office

Same city, new HQ! Our phone lines may be down but our emails are open!

3809 S. 1st Street
Austin, TX 78704
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