Marshall Project Originals
In 2022, Exonerations Hit a Record High in the U.S.
Globally, potential innocence has long outweighed potential guilt. That philosophy of justice may not be one that the majority of Americans endorse.
I Was Sentenced to Die in Prison. But After 27 Years, I’m Finally Free
When I went to jail in 1995, I had never used the internet. As I play catchup, the simplest things are everything.
Does Predictive Policing Lead to More Police in Black Communities? Readers React
What you had to say about our latest story on predictive policing.
Policing the Future
In the aftermath of Michael Brown's death, St. Louis cops embrace crime-predicting software.
What We’ve Learned About Racial Disparity in Policing Since Ferguson
A brief overview of the numbers.
Where the Shots are Fired
A new study points to a strategy for reducing police shootings in towns like Ferguson.