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Life Inside May 31
“We leaned on each other. We found reasons to laugh while in agony.”
Analysis May 20
Despite Jeff Sessions’ new zero-tolerance mandate along the border, the Justice Department has prioritized immigration offenses for years.
Life Inside April 26
“With my new lease on life, I still remember the one I took.”
Life Inside April 12
“I wondered whether the system I have been a part of for so long was, simply, barbaric.”
News March 20
‘Sentence review units’ would revisit harsh punishments from the past.
News March 15
Trump’s nominee to this panel called it “an overfed lemur.”
Commentary February 7
One man’s seven-year wait for a trial reveals the ways mandatory minimums distort our courts.
News August 9, 2017
You can go to prison in Florida for a $300 crime, but it’s $2,500 in Wisconsin.
News July 18, 2017
A new study examines the lingering impact of war-on-crime policies.
News June 18, 2017
After 18 months of freedom, Robert Woodall may be headed back behind bars.