Journalistic Integrity Award

Purpose of the Award:

Present an award to a member of the media whose work helped to further the public's understanding of the criminal justice system and the rights to due process and equal protection.

Origin of the Award:

CACJ’s Board of Governors endorsed this award at its January 1985 meeting, with the provision that it not be designated an annual award, but only be presented when truly merited. The Board voted to present the first Journalist Integrity Award in 1985 to Phil Kerby, a longtime reporter and editorial writer for the Los Angeles Times.

| Lifetime Achievement Award | Legislator of the Year |
| Journalistic Integrity Award | Special Guest Speaker |

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