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Candidates backed by Soros, others are still pressing ahead in other parts of the country.
News May 1
The goals of the effort are trickling down, even if the money isn’t.
Feature April 29
Think the Manhattan DA goes easy on the rich? Take a look at how he prosecutes the poor.
News March 20
‘Sentence review units’ would revisit harsh punishments from the past.
News February 7
Congressional hopeful, district attorney, debt collector.
News May 16, 2017
Some D.A.’s urge new discretion on pleas, sentences.
News January 25, 2017
Away from Washington, a new breed of prosecutors takes first steps.
Analysis November 18, 2016
An extensive record as a prosecutor and a senator gives some hints of what to expect.
Crime on the Ballot November 9, 2016
Reform-minded candidates unseat incumbents in some races.
Crime on the Ballot November 1, 2016
Campaign ads in the age of criminal justice reform.
Crime on the Ballot October 18, 2016
A battle in Tampa reflects a shift across the country.
Commentary July 17, 2016
While the feds fiddle, some locals are innovating.
News June 9, 2016
For decades, California prosecutors covered up unethical deals with jailhouse informers.
Quiz February 2, 2016
Some judges say yes, some say no. Care to second guess?