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Films offering new perspectives on criminal justice in the United States to be made through a new initiative from The Sundance Institute and The Marshall Project
Coronavirus May 26
For many people leaving prison during the pandemic, closed DMVs mean closed doors.
Commentary May 21
How the white vigilante killing of the unarmed, black jogger in Brunswick, Georgia, is both an echo of past violence and a modern call to action.
Coronavirus May 15
A new lawsuit says crowded meals and dorms increase coronavirus risk.
Coronavirus May 15
While their mental health deteriorates, some are stuck in jail as hospitals are decreasing admissions to prevent the spread of infections.
Life Inside May 14
COVID-19 isn’t an automatic death sentence, but the fear, vilification and isolation are the same.
Coronavirus May 14
Fatal victims illuminate women’s unique problems in prison, and the all-too-common ways they get there in the first place.
Coronavirus May 13
Some sheriffs are buying ultraviolet light machines traditionally used by hospitals.
Coronavirus May 12
Youth lockups are supposed to rehabilitate kids, not punish them. The pandemic is making that harder than ever.
News May 11
“A judge who deals with prosecutors every day is not going to say, ‘You intentionally discriminated on the basis of race, and you lied about it with pretextual reasons.’”