The Messenger-Inquirer: Poll: Most Support Criminal Justice Reforms

Syrita Bowen News, Uncategorized

As the General Assembly returns to Frankfort today and prepares to consider justice reforms as part of their agenda, we wanted to make sure you had read this piece by James Mayse at The Messenger-Inquirer. The story shares the results of new polling from the bipartisan U.S. Justice Action Network, which found the vast majority of Kentuckians from both sides of the aisle believe the state’s justice system is in need of reform. Excerpts are below and you can read the piece in full here.

The U.S. Justice Action Network poll was conducted January 30-February 1 by Public Opinion Strategies, and can be viewed in full here.