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Alysia Santo is a staff writer. Her investigative reporting on the criminal justice system has appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today and elsewhere. She was a finalist for the Livingston Award in both 2016 and 2017 and a runner-up for the John Jay College/H.F. Guggenheim Prize for Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting in 2017 and 2019.
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News June 4
Now experts say the controversial diagnosis may become part of the police defense.
Coronavirus May 13
Some sheriffs are buying ultraviolet light machines traditionally used by hospitals.
Feature May 6
Introducing “Tutwiler,” a new Marshall Project/Frontline documentary about women in an Alabama prison who support each other through pregnancy, labor and saying goodbye to their newborns.
Feature February 20
Too many prisoners, too few officers leads to violence.
News January 8
Understaffing, powerful gangs and constant lockdowns brew tensions that exploded last week.
News October 21, 2019
A new documentary from The Marshall Project and Frontline (PBS) offers a rare look at the lives of expectant mothers inside a notorious women’s prison.
Feature June 26, 2019
What happened in Mississippi when no one wanted dangerous, low-paying guard jobs.
News June 10, 2019
Lawmakers change rules after Marshall Project report on compensation fund.
Life Inside June 10, 2019
"We take turns holding the mirror to see each other. And we talk for hours."
Feature March 29, 2019
How the dangerous prisoner transport business has dodged responsibility for “gross negligence.”