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Life Inside October 3
“If I could save one man from doing what I did, then I will have found a calling for my final years.”
News May 23
The story of North Carolina’s longest-serving inmate highlights the situation of people with intellectual disabilities in the criminal justice system.
Life Inside September 27, 2018
“After three decades, I now feel like I’m dying a slow death.”
Life Inside September 7, 2017
Employee perks: None, really, unless you count the nail gun fights.
News January 18, 2017
Two commutations this week was less than many had hoped for.
The Frame September 11, 2015
A defense lawyer’s photos of four women re-entering society.
Feature July 10, 2015
Inside the secretive world of parole boards, where your freedom may depend on politics and whim.
News July 10, 2015
For example: Most states don’t require board members to have any experience with the criminal justice system.
Investigate Your State July 10, 2015
Help us localize our national story on parole.