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The System October 28, 2020
A tool that is supposed to ensure that people make their court dates has become another avenue for class and race inequities.
Life Inside June 4, 2020
Visiting my son in jail for the first time, I know that I cannot protect him. Although he is too young to drink, the criminal justice system regards him as an adult.
Coronavirus May 1, 2020
With grand juries suspended, people who get arrested lose a route out.
Case in Point July 19, 2019
His co-defendant was acquitted based on new evidence, but prosecutors are still fighting to keep Andrew Krivak in prison.
News September 4, 2018
A lawsuit is challenging private hearings that take just seconds.
Analysis August 30, 2018
The first state to abolish cash bail. Why are proponents so unhappy?
News August 6, 2018
Cory Booker and Sherrod Brown, both Democrats, want answers from the insurance industry.
Feature July 13, 2018
A unique database offered an unprecedented look at the lucrative business.
Feature July 13, 2018
But a haven for bail bondsmen is getting less friendly.
Commentary October 22, 2017
Selmin Feratovic might be alive today if not for our deeply broken system.