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News May 22
Congress and criminal justice, a scorecard
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 May 30, 2017
It’s a building full of prosecutors.
Life Inside May 4, 2017
A judge examines the impact on those he sentences.
Commentary May 2, 2017
There are criminal justice actors more powerful than prosecutors.
Commentary January 26, 2017
The difference between the freed and the left-behind was often luck.
Commentary January 24, 2017
Lesson One: Don’t make policies when emotions are running high.
Analysis December 16, 2016
Four reasons a bipartisan bill has a better chance than you think
Feature December 7, 2016
Judges have uniquely uncommon power in the state.
Crime on the Ballot October 23, 2016
California Prop 62 would repeal the death penalty. A lifer says it doesn’t go far enough.
Commentary April 11, 2016
Pause the debate for some inconvenient history.
Commentary September 3, 2015
People from across the political spectrum suggest criminal justice reforms the president should enact during his remaining time in office.
What You're Saying August 10, 2015
A selection of recent letters from our readers.
Feature August 4, 2015
Should prison sentences be based on crimes that haven’t been committed yet?
News July 23, 2015
New, retroactive sentencing guidelines begin to kick in.
Analysis July 15, 2015
A closer look at the president’s speech on criminal justice reform.
News May 26, 2015
A new report could have a big impact on New York’s prison population — if anyone pays attention.
Commentary March 19, 2015
Georgia has become the laboratory of criminal justice reform.
Justice Lab January 21, 2015
… But just a tiny bit, and it took a long time.