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March, 2023

5 Things to Know About the Failed War on Gun Violence
5 Things We Learned About Prison Book Ban Policies
Aggressive Policing in Memphis Goes Far Beyond the Scorpion Unit
A Summer Camp Murder. Two Sons, Lost.
‘Bad Seed’: Two Generations, Two Terrible Crimes
Crime Dominates Voters’ Minds and Politicians’ Tongues
Drug Addiction and the Paths to Prison
Elizabeth Holmes Has Two Young Children. Should That Keep Her Out of Prison?
Glimpses of Prison Life, Through TikTok and TV
Have Clevelanders Lost Interest in Police Reforms?
How a Growing Political Fight Threatens Local Control of Criminal Justice
How Chicago Got Its Gun Laws
Introducing ‘Violation,’ a Podcast From The Marshall Project and WBUR
New FBI Data Shows More Hate Crimes. These Groups Saw The Sharpest Rise.
New Scrutiny on Murder Charges Against People Who Don’t Actually Kill
‘Prison Within a Prison’: New Mandate Offers Lifeline for Deaf People in Custody
The Marshall Project Wins Prestigious National Magazine Award From American Society of Magazine Editors
The Mercy Workers
The Rise of Life-Without-Parole Sentences
The War on Gun Violence Has Failed. And Black Men Are Paying the Price.
Violence on the Inside, Mentorship From the Outside
WBUR and The Marshall Project Release New Podcast “Violation” on the Case of Jacob Wideman
What Are the ‘Exit Ramps’ From Incarceration in Cuyahoga County?
What Irvo Otieno’s Killing Tells Us about Mental Healthcare in the U.S.
Y’all Want It, We Got It