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September, 2017

A Chaplain’s Conscience vs. the Bureau of Prisons
A Decades-Old Conviction Cost Me My Post-Retirement Job
After Executions, Defense Attorneys Have Their Own Grief
A Vestige of Bigotry
Confronting the Truth About My Friend on Death Row
From Prison to Ph.D.: The Redemption and Rejection of Michelle Jones
How Bad Apples Spoil the Whole Bunch
How Conservatives Learned to Love Free Lawyers for the Poor
I Can’t Visit My Sons in Prison Because I Have Unpaid Traffic Tickets
I Set a Defendant Free And Got Blamed When He Raped Someone
Is There a Constitutional Right to Cash in on the Poor?
Making Sense of Senseless Violence
Puerto Rico Puts Its Prisons Near Flood Zones
Sentenced to Life in Prison — And a Job Making Furniture
Shawna: A Life on the Sex Offender Registry
The Double Limbo of Dreamer-Soldiers
The Dreamers Won’t Go Quietly
The Hardest Phone Call a Prosecutor Has to Make
The Taxpayers and Michelle Jones
What’s Next for DACA?
What To Do With Violent Sex Offenders
When a Mental Health Emergency Lands You in Jail
When Backing the Blue Backfires
Why Do Cops Need Bayonets?
Why Many Deaf Prisoners Can’t Call Home