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Nicole Lewis is a staff writer. Before joining The Marshall Project Nicole wrote for The Washington Post's "The Fact Checker" blog. She is a graduate of The University of Michigan and CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She was the recipient of the 2016 Education Writers Association National Awards for Education Writing in magazine and feature writing for her contribution to a series on desegregation in the public school system.
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News September 19
The state’s byzantine felony disenfranchisement laws keep hundreds of thousands of formerly incarcerated residents from registering to vote.
News September 10
Most states give money to people leaving prison. But some formerly incarcerated people say it's often not enough to meet their basic needs.
News August 13
Thousands of Louisianians on probation and parole face numerous obstacles to casting a ballot, including the idea that their votes don't matter.
News June 11
In Maine and Vermont, low literacy rates and little access to information means many inmates don’t exercise their right to cast ballots.
News April 24
In 2018, the number of prisoners hit a nine-year low. But some states are resisting the trend.
Justice Lab April 14
A landmark law lets the state track people through the justice system. But that’s tougher than it sounds.
Justice Lab February 14
When it comes to setting the record straight, court reporting technology is still not up to speed.
Quiz December 16, 2018
Test your memory on some of the year’s top criminal justice stories.
Analysis November 1, 2018
Our roundup: drugs, policing, juries, even slavery.