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Commentary July 13
Post-Ferguson, St. Louis County courts initiate reforms, but bail hasn’t yet gone away.
Case in Point November 14, 2016
The evidence against Rodney Lincoln has evaporated, but the courts say he’s out of luck.
Crime on the Ballot October 16, 2016
The city’s unrest emerges as a wedge issue in the governor’s race.
Feature July 4, 2016
Giving strange new life to old penitentiaries.
Feature October 18, 2015
New regulations would give parents in prison the right to pause child support payments, but opponents say it undercuts welfare reform.
News August 31, 2015
Defense lawyers call it a crisis; the state says it’s just doing its job.
News August 26, 2015
An appeals lawyer who has represented more than a half-dozen men put to death in Missouri faces questions about her competency.
Feature June 24, 2015
How a proven tool may be anything but.
Feature June 9, 2015
Missouri keeps killing Jennifer Herndon’s clients. So she invented an alternate life.
Justice Lab March 12, 2015
A new study points to a strategy for reducing police shootings in towns like Ferguson.
News February 10, 2015
Now that police are always on, who gets to watch?
News January 20, 2015
He was nearly executed because his lawyers missed a filing deadline. Now the Supreme Court has weighed in on what should happen next.