Recently by Barry Lam
How a Judge Can Sentence You for a Crime You Were Already Acquitted Of
June 17, 2020
How the Government Can Lose a Criminal Case and Punish a Defendant Anyway
June 13, 2020
How Defendants End Up Pleading Guilty to Nonexistent Crimes
June 10, 2020
How One Judge Pushed Back Against Lifetime Punishment
June 06, 2020
Not Even a Lawyer Can Get You Out of Solitary Confinement in Massachusetts
June 03, 2020
How I Got to Solitary Confinement at Walpole, and How I Got Out
May 30, 2020
What Does It Mean to Be a Feminist Prosecutor?
May 27, 2020
Does Feminist Prosecution Contribute to Mass Incarceration?
May 23, 2020
How Police Turn Teens Into Informants
May 20, 2020
How Stings, Undercover Operations, and Informant Deals Violate the Rule of Law
May 16, 2020
An Ex–Police Chief on Why Some Laws Shouldn’t Be Enforced
May 13, 2020
How the Invention of the Car Gave American Police Their Power
May 09, 2020
When Clogging a Toilet Is a Federal Crime
May 07, 2020
Hi-Phi Nation: Criminal Minds
April 30, 2020
A Philosopher Examines the Meaning of YOLO
June 22, 2019
Animal Liberation Activists Are Disruptive and Uncivil—and Maybe Right
May 25, 2019
What Kind of Gender Nonconformity Does the Public Really Fear?
May 11, 2019
What Is Gender and, in Particular, Womanhood?
April 27, 2019
Is Voter Disenfranchisement Necessarily Unjust?
April 13, 2019
How a Headscarf United One Country—and Divided Another
March 30, 2019