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Andy Rossback is the former editorial designer. Previously, he interned at The New York Times and The Virginian-Pilot. He attended University of Oregon, where he was editor-in-chief of the Daily Emerald.
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Feature September 28
Violent crime is up in some places, but is it really a trend?
Quiz March 2
Twenty-five years ago, the first viral video captured police brutality and shook the nation.
Feature February 3
In the aftermath of Michael Brown's death, St. Louis cops embrace crime-predicting software.
Feature December 16
An 18-year-old said she was attacked at knifepoint. Then she said she made it up. That’s where our story begins.
Feature October 16
Meet the elite chiefs who revolutionized policing nationwide, for better and for worse. Now they want to do it again.
Quiz September 30
Test yourself against the pros.
Feature September 25
Germany allows inmates to wear their own clothes, cook their own meals, and have romantic visits. Could that work in the United States?
Feature September 18
Tracking scheduled executions around the country.
Feature August 4
Should prison sentences be based on crimes that haven’t been committed yet?
Life Inside July 7
The ongoing fight for more, and better, prison food.
Feature June 28
From the people who live and work there.
Feature June 17
In Texas, staffers rarely go to jail for sexually abusing inmates.
Feature May 13
We talk to the man who became our national nightmare. Thirty years later, does he still matter?
Quiz April 28
Which do we kill more humanely, our pets or condemned prisoners?
Justice Lab March 4
No, freeing potheads and shoplifters is not enough.
Life Inside February 13
A relationship told through letters.
News February 2
A new set of characters enters the courtroom lexicon.
Graphics December 19
A guide to the latest stats in the world of criminal justice.
Graphics December 5
Just pay shipping and handling.
Feature November 16
When lawyers stumble, only their clients fall.
Feature November 15
How bad lawyering and an unforgiving law cost condemned men their last appeal.