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News August 1
Do states have an obligation to educate formerly incarcerated people about their new rights?
Case in Point January 29
Sometimes capital punishment is just the luck of the draw.
News December 13, 2017
The Alabama Democrat represents the flip-side of his predecessor.
Life Inside July 13, 2017
A rash of suicides in solitary confinement hits an inmate close to home.
News March 12, 2017
Now 28, he’ll be re-sentenced, unless the court finds him ‘irreparably corrupt.’
Case in Point January 9, 2017
Alabama never forgave Phillip Chance for running away.
Commentary December 20, 2016
For defenders, the frantic paperwork ends, and so does a client’s life.
Feature December 7, 2016
Judges have uniquely uncommon power in the state.
Case in Point October 24, 2016
Ex-prisoners challenge a law that lets local bureaucrats judge “moral turpitude.”
News September 27, 2016
Prisoners can be forced to work without pay — the Constitution says so.