Is the Move Away From Cash Bail Increasing Mass Incarceration?
Larry Krasner Wants to Reform Philly’s Criminal Justice System. The System Has Some Thoughts About That.
A New Prosecutor in Ferguson Takes on Decades of Racial Injustice
Are Predictive Policing Technologies Just Mathematical Racial Profiling?
Kamala Harris Is Going to Need a Better Answer for Questions About Her Prosecutorial Record
Kamala Harris’ Record May Surprise You
What Crimes Actually Justify the Use of Facial Recognition Technology to Nab Suspects?
The Next Step in #MeToo Is for Men to Reckon With Their Male Fragility
Court Memo Accuses Sackler Family of Misleading the Public About Opioids in Ruthless Chase of Profits
Jury Selection Is Broken and Here’s How to Fix It
Cyntoia Brown Dared to Survive, and She Was Punished for It. What Does Mercy Mean for Her Now?
A Vermont Supreme Court Ruling on Marijuana and Traffic Stops Is a Landmark Victory for Racial Justice
Sotomayor and Gorsuch Resume Their Fight for the Future of the Sixth Amendment
Cyntoia Brown Granted Clemency for Murder of Man Who Bought Sex With Her When She Was 16
There’s No Such Thing as Expunging a Criminal Record Anymore
The National Police Association Is Throwing a Fit Over Prosecutorial Discretion
Senate Investigation Alleges U.S. Marshals Service Commonly Used Fraudulent, Pre-Printed Subpoenas to Collect Telephone Records
The New Criminal Justice Reform Law Has Already Righted One Outrageous Injustice
The Prison Reform Bill’s Implementation Will Be Tricky. Here’s How to Ensure It’s a Success.
Is the Lame-Duck Congress About to Get Something Done?