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Mark Osler Net Worth

Mark Osler Net Worth is
$15 Million

Mark Osler Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Mark Osler (born 1963) is an American legal scholar, law professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and critic of capital punishment in the United States. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Osler attended Grosse Pointe North High School and subsequently matriculated at College of William & Mary, graduating in 1985. Osler received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1990 and began work as a law professor at Baylor University in 2000 before leaving for St. Thomas in 2010. At St. Thomas, he founded the nation's first law school clinic on federal commutations, and he has advocated for an expansive use of the presidential pardon power. He has also argued for reform of federal narcotics laws.In his scholarship and advocacy, Osler often explicitly addresses Christian audiences. He is the author of Jesus on Death Row (Abingdon, 2009), which critiques capital punishment in the United States through an examination of the biblical account of Jesus Christ's trial and execution. Following up on the book, Osler and collaborators produced a dramatic "Sentencing of Jesus" in eleven states: Texas, Colorado, California, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Illinois, Virginia, Louisiana, Arizona, and Minnesota. He has also commented on the death penalty and other issues for CNN, MSNBC, NPR, ESPN, and the Huffington Post. The character of "Professor Joe Fisher" in the film American Violet is based on Osler, and he appeared as a critic of narcotics policy in the 2013 National Geographic series "The 80's," and as a commentator in the 2014 National Geographic series "The Jesus Mysteries."Some of Osler's work has addressed sentencing issues involving crack cocaine. In 2009, Osler won the case (through a 6-3 per curiam decision) of Spears v. United States in the United States Supreme Court, which reversed the Eighth Circuit and clarified a prior sentencing decision, declaring that sentencing judges could "categorically" reject the 100-to-1 ration between powder and crack cocaine which was then embedded in the federal sentencing guidelines.
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Date Of Birth1963-01-01
ProfessionSpecial Effects, Make Up Department, Miscellaneous Crew
NationalityAmerican

Special Effects

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Top of the Food Chain1999contact lens technician

Make Up Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dawn of the Dead2004on-set lens technician

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ginger Snaps2000contact lens technician

Known for movies


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