The Marshall Project
Nonprofit journalism about criminal justice
A nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system
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After #Debates2016: What You Need to Know About Stop and Frisk
A Primer on the Nationwide Prisoners’ Strike
Chicago’s Ousted Top Cop Talks to Common About Race, Guns and Mistrust
Coming Soon: We are Witnesses
Criminal Justice Reform: An Obituary
Do Prison Strikes Work?
Driverless Cars Are Coming. What Does That Mean for Policing?
Gabriel Isman Named New Director of Technology
How Having a Dog Changed My Life in Prison
How Mexico Saves Its Citizens from the Death Penalty in the U.S.
In Some States, Raising the Age for Adult Court Is the Easy Part
Mississippi Limits Prison Visits to Immediate Family
Revisiting the Ghosts of Attica
The Best Guard at My Prison Was Murdered
The Criminal Justice Reform That Could Actually Reach Obama’s Desk
The DNA Tests That Came Too Late to Save Two Men
The Man With the Bleeding Brain
The Marshall Project Launches Klaxon
The Most Dangerous Neighborhood, the Most Inexperienced Cops
The Night I Took a Life
The Riot and the Retaking
What Trump and Others Get Wrong About ‘Sanctuary Cities’
When a Former Domestic-Violence Prosecutor Realizes Her Relative is Being Abused
When an Old Law Makes It Hard to Fix a Troubled Jail
When Real Estate and Tax Lawyers Are Forced to Do a Public Defender’s Job
When the Money Runs out for Public Defense, What Happens Next?
When There’s Only One Public Defender in Town
Who is ICE Deporting?