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Recent stories from The Marshall Project.
Feature November 11
Why Florida leads the nation in people serving life without chance of parole.
Feature November 11
Black men are most affected by Florida’s two-strikes law.
Feature October 31
A landmark class-action lawsuit goes to court this week, featuring grisly testimony about botched medical care in state prisons.
Feature October 22
But will cops training in martial arts lead to struggles that didn’t need to happen?
Feature September 24
For those found not guilty of a crime by reason of insanity and put into California’s CONREP program, strict supervision can last decades.
Protests and vigils were held nationwide in 2020 for Elijah McClain, who died after paramedics injected him with the sedative ketamine during an encounter with police.
Feature September 22
Criminal charges against paramedics in Elijah McClain’s death raise questions about when emergency medical responders should be held accountable for fatalities in police custody.
Feature August 30
1 in 5 African American deaths happens earlier than if they were White. Black doctors say the Flexner Report holds clues to the health system’s role in racial health disparities.
Feature August 19
The Kentucky State Police fatally shot 41 people from 2015 through 2020, more than any other law enforcement agency in the state.
Feature August 13
In rural communities, fatal police shootings have occurred at high rates, without the attention (and protests) that urban shootings have drawn.