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Seven Hours from Death: A Conversation with William Neal Moore
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When: 4:00 - 6:00 PM
4:00 PM
Where: Room 201, Building 39
Contact: Evan Mascagni

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William Neal Moore was on Georgia's death row for over 16 years and was once seven hours away from the electric chair. The parole board commuted his sentence to life imprisonment with the support of many including the victim’s family, Mother Theresa, and Jesse Jackson. A year later, he was paroled and has since lived an exemplary life.

When: Thursday, November 20th at 4:00 pm

Where: UDC David A. Clarke School of Law

Room 201 (Building 39, Second Floor)

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Free coffee, hot chocolate and cookies!

"William Neal Moore’s description of his experiences in the criminal justice system - from pleading guilty on the advice of his lawyer to coming within 7 hours of execution to his eventual commutation and release - is an amazing and powerful story. It has had a tremendous impact on the students in my classes at Harvard and Yale...." -Professor Stephen Bright

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