The Marshall Project
Nonprofit journalism about criminal justice
A nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system
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A Most Violent Year
A New Blow to Florida’s Death Penalty
Could One of These Cases Spell the End of the Death Penalty?
Getting a Hustle: How to Live Like a King Behind Bars
Gun Control is One Thing, But What About Bullets?
How I Experience Female Contact in Prison
How to Get Out of Solitary — One Step at a Time
How We Counted the Juveniles Sent to Prison for Life
In Florida, Only Seven Jurors Can Put You to Death
Is Charles Koch a Closet Liberal?
Martin Luther King, Thurgood Marshall and the Way to Justice
Massachusetts Mobilizes to Treat Addicted Moms
My Life in the Supermax
Penny Beerntsen, the Rape Victim in ‘Making A Murderer,’ Speaks Out
Philly's Retiring Police Commissioner on Facing Corruption and What People Get Wrong about Police Shootings
Republican Candidates on Criminal Justice: A Primer
San Quentin Puts on a Happy Face
Security Warnings by U.S. Preceded California Jail Break
There Are Practically No Juveniles in Federal Prison — Here’s Why
The Secret Hints for Winning Parole
The Supreme Court May Have Just Granted Thousands of Prisoners a Chance of Freedom
This Boy’s Life
Were You or a Loved One the Victim of a Crime? Was the Perpetrator Later Exonerated?
What It’s Like to Be Moved From Cell to Cell, Prison to Prison
Where the Democratic Presidential Candidates Stand on Criminal Justice
Why Do Obama’s Gun Initiatives Sound Kind of Familiar?
Why Getting Sued Could Be the Best Thing to Happen to New Orleans’ Public Defenders
Why Some Young Sex Offenders Are Held Indefinitely