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News April 23
Bail reform advocates are adapting in light of COVID-19 releases and the lessons from New York’s no-bail flop.
Coronavirus March 23
Colorado abolished capital punishment. But COVID-19 is pausing it everywhere else.
Life Inside April 4, 2019
“As I left the courthouse it dawned on me that the judge had assumed the role of therapist.”
Commentary November 13, 2018
Midterms show wide support across party lines for changing the system.
News September 20, 2017
Colorado just outlawed jail for people in a psychiatric crisis, but plenty of states still do it.
Feature June 21, 2017
New data shows legalization leads to fewer encounters between cops and drivers, but racial disparities remain.
News June 18, 2017
After 18 months of freedom, Robert Woodall may be headed back behind bars.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
Reform-minded candidates unseat incumbents in some races.
Commentary March 8, 2016
Remembering Robert Knott, a case the Justice Department would rather you forget
News December 16, 2015
A roundup of interviews and documents.