Justice Inc. is a Non-Profit National Civil Rights Organization dedicated to educating young people about civil and criminal law. We will provide assistance to those in need and be an advocate for the family. The primary objective of Justice Inc. is to educate society about the potential pitfalls of the litigation process while encouraging all citizens to respect the laws. Working with local community leaders, Justice Inc. will conduct seminars across the nation focusing on civil and criminal legislation and litigation.
Two million people are expected to be incarcerated in U.S. prisons and jails by early spring 2009 according to data released by the Justice Policy Institute. Over the last decade prison population has increased by 840,000; a 61% rise over the 1980’s and nearly 30 times higher than the average increase over each of the five decades preceding 1970. This study also points out that a black male born in 1991 stands a 29 percent chance of being imprisoned at some point in his life (that’s nearly 1-in-3 chance of being locked up!), compared to Hispanic males at 16 percent and white males at 4 percent. Through education and financial support we can help keep our young people out of jail and on the right side of the law.