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News September 17
The U.S. Sentencing Commission, required by law to be bipartisan, helps set prison terms for more than 70,000 people every year.
Life Inside September 10
My brother committed suicide because he felt totally alone. As a volunteer social worker at a jail, I can let even the most judged people know that someone cares.
Life Inside September 3
I asked a drug court to send me to jail to get stabilized. But when the jail refused to give me my Suboxone, everything came crashing down.
News and Awards September 3
Nominated for “General Excellence” and so much more.
News September 2
“When people are in need, they don’t give a shit where you’re from or what your history is.”
Analysis August 21
New data shows deaths from all causes—COVID and otherwise—have gone up 9 percent among White Americans, but more than 30 percent in communities of color.
Feature August 20
The power of child-abuse pediatric specialists and parents’ unequal journey toward justice
Coronavirus August 18
As COVID-19 spread earlier this year, prison facilities across the country suspended visits from family and lawyers. Several months into the pandemic, some states are easing those restrictions. We’re rounding up the changes as they occur.
Life Inside August 13
Despite coronavirus-related lockdown and a skittish staff, prisoners at California Women’s Facility pulled off a full-fledged memorial service for a beloved long-termer.
News Inside August 13
The fifth edition of The Marshall Project's print publication explores a world transformed by COVID-19 and the George Floyd protests.