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Simone Seiver is a former intern. She is a junior at Yale pursuing her BA and MA in political science. On campus, she organizes a prison tutoring group and conducts research on governmental data policy. Her summer internship is supported by the Arthur Liman Public Interest Program at Yale Law School.
Phone 212-803-5223
Twitter @simseiv
Nebraska's lethal injection chamber at the State Penitentiary in Lincoln.
News August 13, 2015
How other states dealt with their death rows after killing capital punishment.
News July 1, 2015
Expunged arrest records, and new jobs for police dogs.
David Sweat, left, and Richard Matt in images released by the New York State Police showing a ten-day age progression.
The Lowdown June 25, 2015
For forensic artists, a sketch is more than just gray hair and wrinkles.
Photographs presented as evidence at the trial of Cleveland police officer, Michael Brelo, in April. Brelo was acquitted on two counts of voluntary manslaughter in the November 2012 deaths of Timothy Russell, 43, and Malissa Williams, 30, after a high-speed chase where officers shot a combined 137 shots at their fleeing vehicle.
News June 10, 2015
More and more, police are told to leave that to Hollywood.
Bill Bratton during his first stint as New York's Police Commissioner, at a news conference in 1994.
News May 20, 2015
For those who weren’t around in “the bad old days.”