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Justice Lab January 30
The Supreme Court ended automatic life without parole for children. What replaces it remains unclear.
Case in Point December 11, 2019
Louisiana automatically rejected appeals from prisoners who represented themselves. One prisoner hoped the Supreme Court would consider his conviction in the light of that scandal.
News November 13, 2019
Rodney Reed faces execution in Texas despite mounting evidence of innocence and bipartisan support.
Commentary October 8, 2018
Supreme Court lets stand lower court ruling extending pretextual stops to parking infractions.
News June 18, 2018
Charles Rhines argued jurors sent him to death row in part because they knew he was gay.
News February 23, 2018
Cops v. Trump on union clout.
Case in Point September 25, 2017
The Supreme Court and non-unanimous juries.
News September 24, 2017
The Supreme Court considers whether “civil commitment” is just prison by another name.
Commentary June 15, 2017
A recent Supreme Court decision left open that possibility. That’s bad for the public, and for police.
Commentary May 15, 2017
Fifty years after a landmark Supreme Court case, juvenile courts still lack due process.