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News April 12
Bernard Noble, whose case became a symbol of harsh drug laws, walks out of a Louisiana prison.
Commentary February 7
One man’s seven-year wait for a trial reveals the ways mandatory minimums distort our courts.
News November 27, 2017
It depends on where you live. (Californians, you’re in luck.)
News January 16, 2017
The question is trickier than you’d think for police, and the courts, to answer.
News June 19, 2016
Some defense lawyers have learned to specialize in the realm of excess.
News July 1, 2015
Expunged arrest records, and new jobs for police dogs.
News June 16, 2015
As states loosen marijuana laws, the consequences for noncitizens remain as strict as ever.
Q&A March 9, 2015
A conversation with a prominent thinker on the evolving law — and business — of pot.
News January 28, 2015
A selective guide to the reporting on the next attorney general.
News January 20, 2015
Reimagining the president's State of the Union speech.
Graphics December 19, 2014
A guide to the latest stats in the world of criminal justice.