Search About Donate
Life Inside April 17
Public defenders rely on in-person, confidential meetings with clients. They say COVID-19 makes their jobs nearly impossible.
News July 18, 2019
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, 2019
“Despite everything I have accomplished, this is still happening to me.”
News November 28, 2017
A budget crunch in Louisiana leads to an unusual wait list.
Feature September 24, 2017
By reframing the issue around the evils of big government, Republicans are notching victories that have eluded more liberal legislatures.
Commentary April 17, 2017
A prosecutor on what his wife, a defense attorney, taught him about justice.
Feature September 9, 2016
Meet Rhonda Covington, the one-woman office.
Feature September 8, 2016
Louisiana judges are finding some unexpected substitutes for underfunded defenders.
Feature September 7, 2016
Massive caseloads, long wait lists, group plea deals, and other realities of a funding crisis.
Life Inside July 21, 2016
“I’ve been called a persecutor and a sellout.”