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News September 25
An unwed father hopes his case will change the way courts decide what it means to be a parent.
Life Inside September 19
“The runaways, the mobsters, the pimps—they saw me as someone credible, someone who didn’t judge them.”
News September 19
The state’s byzantine felony disenfranchisement laws keep hundreds of thousands of formerly incarcerated residents from registering to vote.
News July 18
In New York City, officers are illegally using information from arrests that have been sealed, according to a lawsuit. The practice is legal in more than two dozen states.
Life Inside July 11
“Despite everything I have accomplished, this is still happening to me.”
Commentary May 31
Ava DuVernay's 'When They See Us' revisits the Central Park jogger case. Here’s what we’ve learned since then
Feature March 22
Can New York City build its way out of mass incarceration?
News March 14
Judges have drastically cut back on bail and jail in criminal cases, a new study shows. And defendants are still showing up in court.
Feature February 13
It’s not how many, it’s how you use them.
Analysis September 12, 2018
As the NYPD slows arrests for fare evasion, neighborhoods of color remain a target.