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A Prison Medical Company Faced Lawsuits From Incarcerated People. Then It Went ‘Bankrupt.’
Cuyahoga County Judges Vowed to Reform the Bail System. Here’s What Happened.
Ending the Golden State Era of Solitary Confinement
He’s Facing Execution For His Daughter’s Death. Now, Science Suggests It Was An Accident.
How Wealth and Privilege Helped One Man Hide His Serial Abuse
Jacob Wideman Says ‘Vindictive’ Arizona Officials Violated His Rights
Juvenile Detention Centers Face One Scandal After Another
Migrants Desperate for Jobs Trapped in Asylum Maze
Mississippi Courts Won’t Say How They Provide Lawyers for Poor Clients
Rebuilding Family After Foster Care
Should Money Decide Who is Kept in Jail? More Locations Are Saying No.
Six Years of Bail Reform in Cuyahoga County: A Timeline
The Marshall Project and FRONTLINE Present ‘Two Strikes’ and ‘Tutwiler’
The Marshall Project Announces Mississippi Local News Team
This Homicide Victim’s Family Chose Reconciliation Over a Life Sentence
What Federal Judges’ Rulings Reveal About the Memphis Police Tactics
When Police Kill and Use Victims’ Rights Laws to Stay Anonymous