The Marshall Project
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Are Voters Ready to Move on From Willie Horton?
Beyond One-Liners: A Guide to the Democratic Debate on Criminal Justice
California Governor Promises More Changes to “Biased, Random” Justice System
Epstein’s Death Highlights A Staffing Crisis in Federal Prisons
I Had a Shitty Job in Prison
In My Prison, Summer is “Ticket Season”
In Sickness, In Health—and In Prison
Is It Time to Remove Immigration Courts From Presidential Control?
Money-Making Schemes That Ensnare Prisoners and Their Families
Mourning a Stranger’s Suicide in Prison
On Death Row, There's No Such Thing As Closure
One Lawyer. Five Years. 3,802 Cases.
Racism Tainted Their Trials. Should They Still Be Executed?
Same-Sex Couples in North Carolina Don’t Have Equal Abuse Protections
The Federal Prisoner Transit System—aka “Diesel Therapy”—Is Hell
The King of Dreams
The Marshall Project and Sundance Institute Launch Short Film Initiative
They Got Their Voting Rights Back, But Will They Go to the Polls?
Why are the Feds Arresting More Non-Citizens?