The Marshall Project
Nonprofit journalism about criminal justice
A nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system
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After Prison, I Became a Better Dad
Corporate Confession: Gangs Ran This Private Prison
Coulda Been a Contender
Court Focuses on Motive as Shooter Pleads Guilty to Killing Muslim Students
Decoding the Border Law Democrats are Debating
Father and Son, Next Door Neighbors in Prison
First Big Scoop: Student Journalists Expose High School’s Use of Prison Labor
First Step Offers Release for Some Prisoners—But Not Non-Citizens
In Just Two States, All Prisoners Can Vote. Here's Why Few Do.
I Thought I Knew My Father, Then I Met Him in Prison
It's Risky Brewing Prison Hooch. I Learned the Hard Way.
Manuel Torres Appointed Regional Editor
Mentally Ill and Languishing in Jail
More Families of Murder Victims in Louisiana Will Qualify for Financial Help
My Cellie Was the Father I Never Had
My First Father-Daughter Dance Was in the Prison Gym
Punishing Kids With Years of Debt
The Case for Abolition
The Marshall Project Wins an Edward R. Murrow Award
The Murderer Was Full of Hate. But Did He Commit a Hate Crime?
The New Dream Act Holds Some Dreamers' Pasts Against Them
The Underground Art of Prison Tattoos
We Thought Our Prison Strike Was a Success. Then Came the Officers in Riot Gear
What Do Abolitionists Really Want?
White House Pushing to Help Prisoners Before Their Release