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Eisha Love is a plaintiff in a federal suit challenging an Illinois law that restricts those with felony convictions from changing their name.
News January 27, 2020
New lawsuits by transgender people challenge bans on name changes for those convicted of crimes.
The witness room next to the execution chamber of Florida State Prison in Raiford, Fl.
Analysis January 12, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court says state judges cannot sentence death without a jury’s mandate
The still to be used lethal injection room at San Quentin State Prison, California. Opened in 2010 at the cost of $853,000.
News December 9, 2015
Journalists Liliana Segura, Gabriel Dance and Maurice Chammah took your questions about the death penalty and criminal justice reporting. Here are some of the highlights.
Commentary November 18, 2015
On the eve of the next execution, a look at the state’s history of bad lawyering and faulty evidence.
Commentary July 27, 2015
Would the Founders have protected people we execute now?
Analysis July 2, 2015
And to whom was he saying it?
Looking Back July 2, 2015
A concurring opinion from the past
Analysis June 29, 2015
And a blazing battle over the death penalty itself.
Commentary May 28, 2015
A deep-red state shows the way, with conservatives in the lead.
News May 14, 2015
... die a (probably) painless death or live 50 years in solitary?