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In this issue:
- This Month’s Highlights from the Smart Defense Sites. Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy compares survey results to case data collected through web-based reporting. Wisconsin State Public Defender expands attorney performance reporting capability. Center for Court Innovation completes a needs assessment of New York City‘s assigned counsel plan.
- Countdown to the 2017 Smart Defense Inter-Site Summit. Smart Defense’s first class prepares to present results to DOJ at their annual meeting.
- Upcoming Events. Save the dates for this year’s Smart Defense Inter-site Summit, Smart Suite Fellows Academy, and site visits.
New Staff Member to Link Defenders to Federal Funding Opportunities. A new member of the TTA team will help defenders find federal support for action research projects.