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March, 2017

A Better Way to Treat Addiction in Jail
A Critical Civil Rights Tool Is on the Chopping Block
Afraid of Jail? Buy an Upgrade
A New Florida Prosecutor Says ‘No’ to the Death Penalty
Another Death on a For-Profit Extradition Vehicle
Cops Win Another Round Pursuing the Prosecutor Who Pursued Them
Crime Hotspots Need Investments, Not Just Policing
Death by Mismanagement?
Facing Her Daughter’s Killer, at Last
Happiness is a Warm Phaser
“Harmless Errors”
Her Son Murdered, a Chicago Mother Waits for Answers
How Immigrants Make Communities Safer
How We Crunched California’s Pay-to-Stay Data
‘I Can Help This Person’
Justin George named first Washington, D.C. correspondent for The Marshall Project
Philadelphia Will Stop Billing Parents When Their Children Are Incarcerated
Prosecutor: It’s Terrorism. Suspect: ‘I Was Just Saying Something Stupid’
Public Record, Astronomical Price
Running Out of Time?
Surviving Foster Care: 2 Brothers, 2 Different Paths
The Death Row Basketball League
The Seismic Change in Police Interrogations
Trump’s Radical Departure on Immigration
Was Evan Miller ‘The Rare Juvenile’ Who Deserved Life Without Parole?
When “No” Doesn’t Mean “No”
When Warriors Put on the Badge
Your Kid Goes to Jail, You Get the Bill