On Tuesday, February 16, 2016, the University of Idaho College of Law in Moscow and Boise hosted a panel discussion of diverse stakeholders who engaged in a lively and informative conversation on issues related to criminal sentencing reform at the federal level and in Idaho. The panel included Congressman Raúl Labrador, a three term member of the U.S. House of Representatives; Kathy Griesmyer, public policy strategist for the ACLU of Idaho; and Wayne Hoffman, president of Idaho Freedom Foundation. The panel was moderated by Associate Professor Shaakirrah R. Sanders who teaches courses related to individuals rights and liberties under the U.S. Constitution and whose scholarship includes topics related to criminal sentencing reform in state and federal courts. The program was well attended and included University of Idaho College of Law students, members of the public, current and past members of the Idaho State Legislature, the Director of the Idaho Depart of Corrections, retired members of the Idaho state judiciary, and several media outlets. A video link to the recording of the program can be found here.