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A Death Sentence in Louisiana Rarely Means You’ll be Executed
A Prosecutor’s Regret: How I Got Someone Life in Prison for Drugs
Bill Clinton, “Black Lives” and the Myths of the 1994 Crime Bill
Can the Troubled Cleveland Police Handle a Volatile Republican Convention?
How I Break Prison Rules to Keep in Touch with My Family
How Racist is Too Racist?
How the Drug Shortage Has Slowed the Death-Penalty Treadmill
Join Today's Discussion on Juvenile Justice
Oops, We Took 20 Years of Your Life by Mistake. Have a Nice Day.
Should Prisoners Be Allowed to Have Facebook Pages?
The Best Criminal Justice Reporting From Around the Web
The Case of Duane Buck
The ‘Chicago Model’ of Policing Hasn’t Saved Chicago
The Marshall Project Named ‘World’s Best Designed Website’
The Marshall Project Wins A Pulitzer Prize
The Other F-word
The Prison Visit That Cost My Family $2,370
The Scandal-Singed DAs Who Want to Be Judges
The State That is Taking on the Prison Guards Union
The War on Drugs Isn't Even Working in Prison
Trump and the Mob
What Happens When There Aren’t Enough Judges to Go Around
What It’s Like to Almost Get Executed
Why I Hated Being a Cop