CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE
CHAPEL HILL CARRBORO NAACP
Before retiring Tye Hunter had a 35-year career as a criminal defense lawyer. He served as the NC Appellate Defender, the executive director of Indigent Defense Services and the Director of The Center for Death Penalty Litigation. He also serves on the Criminal Justice Committee and
works with the Chapel Hill Police Advisory Committee.
Continue our public education efforts and consider collaborative effort led by religious affairs and churches to do a Criminal Justice Reimagined symposium or
Continue our leadership role in getting our court officials to make needed reforms in court costs and fees and Pretrial Release.
Push for a more robust drivers license restoration effort.
Examinine the Orange County prison population disaggregated by race