The following is a transcript conducted via email by Jameson Joyce, a Political Science/Criminal Justice major at Michigan State University, and Daniel Heyns, Director of Michigan Department of Corrections.Read more
Jameson Joyce: Could you explain your background to me in your own way? I have read a little about your
Q: First of all, could you tell me a little about yourself?
A: I’m a Field Organizer with the ACLU of Michigan and work in our Legislative Department. I’m a graduate of MSU’s James Madison College. I’ve been with the ACLU for six years now. I’m based in Detroit and Lansing.
The following interview took place over e-mail from March 2011 through April 2011. Kirk Herman, was convicted in 1997 of driving drunk and causing the death of a childhood friend who was seated behind him when his vehicle struck a tree. Herman received 5 to 30 year prison sentence and was
Davis: Hello Senator Cropsey! Thank you for allowing me to conduct this interview with you today!
Cropsey: Thank you Jamia for having me! It is definitely my pleasure!
Davis: No problem! We shall get right into the interview. So, Senator Cropsey what is your educational background?
Cropsey: I received my BA in Mathematics Education
Shelli Weisberg, ACLU Michigan
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 12:30
Krysta Daly: How did you get into this type of field?
Shelli Weisberg: Well I took more of a leisurely route than some people, but I have a degree in finance and my masters in finance. So when I graduated from school I
Interviewee: Rev. Steven B. Thompson, Executive Director of MINORML. (The State of Michigan Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws)
Interview Setting: I interviewed him over the phone at 7 PM on Wednesday the 2nd of December.
Michael D Picio
Background: Steve Dulan is a part time Cooley Law School and Lansing Community College professor and serving his 3rd 2-year term as a member of the board of directors for the Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners as well as a member of the MCRGO Foundation. He is a
What is your Educational background?
I Graduated from Central Michigan University in the early 80s with a degree in psychology and minor in education. I wanted to be a teacher and a coach but times were tough and the economy was down, teaching positions were far and few. The state was building
Department of Corrections
What is your educational background?
John: I have a Bachelor's Degree from Michigan in political science
Where were you employed after you graduated?
John: I was a police officer and a deputy sheriff for Washintaw county.
What did you do after being a police officer?