Andrea Moseley joins the Virginia Criminal Justice Conference.

The Virginia Criminal Justice Conference seeks to improve criminal justice in Virginia by assembling selected legal professionals and stakeholders in the field of criminal law to study, discuss, gather information, and to propose legislation or rule changes to effect reform of criminal law and criminal procedure. “This is a group of about 20 defense attorneys, 20 prosecutors, and 20 judges who serve on study groups for specific changes/additions in the criminal code and submit recommendations to the legislature by consensus, says Andrea.” It is modeled after the Boyd-Graves Conference for civil law.

For more information about the Virginia Criminal Justice Conference, visit their mission page on the VTLA website here.