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Ghosn’s Flight Rebukes Unjust Criminal Prosecutions
Commentary The successful flight of former automobile executive Carlos Ghosn to his native Lebanon from the kangaroo court of Japan should be seen as a victory for individual liberties. Japan, ...
January 14, 2020
Philly Prison Program to Trade Jail Time for College Education Is Stroke of Genius
A groundbreaking pilot program between the Philadelphia District Attorney's office and the city's community college to trade prison ...
April 13, 2016
The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform
Conservative criminal justice reform advocates are making the case that reducing the prison population, treating drug addiction, and ...
March 8, 2016
Let’s Put Prison Sentences on Probation
You may have heard there’s a growing political movement against mass incarceration. Someone should clue in the judges.
January 20, 2016
The Prison-Industrial Complex Takes Another Hit
Officials who built their careers on mass incarceration are now calling for this madness to end.
November 17, 2015
How Courts Decide Between Drug Rehab and Prison
The tragic shooting of Officer Randolph Holder raises questions about how drug courts vet for diversion program participants.
November 6, 2015
Meet 3 Women Who Spent More Than 15 Years in Prison for Nonviolent Drug Crimes
Stephanie George has never used drugs, but she earned a prison sentence of life without parole for a ...
September 18, 2015
Attorney General Holder Wants Felons to Have the Right to Vote
Holder spoke emphatically about something he has frequently vocalized throughout his six-year tenure.
March 26, 2015
John Legend and Rapper Common Have History of Activism
Grammy-winning artists John Legend and Common gave impassioned speeches about voting rights and mass incarceration at Sunday's Oscars ...
February 23, 2015
How Much Does It Really Cost to Fine and Jail the Indigent?
Though some cities profit from collecting fines on poor defendants and jailing them when they can't pay up, ...
February 9, 2015
Biden Calls George Floyd’s Family After Chauvin Verdict
California Foster Parents Asked to Take in Unaccompanied Minors From Central America
Researcher Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison for Stealing Trade Secrets to Sell in China
, Epoch Times
Derek Chauvin Found Guilty on All Charges in Death of George Floyd
Rep. Roy Seeks to Force House Vote on Keeping Trump’s Anti-COVID-19 Border Rules
Republicans Hope to Unveil Infrastructure Counterproposal by End of Week
Police: 1 Killed, 2 Wounded in Shooting at NY Grocery Store
The Associated Press
Taiwanese President Warns About the Chinese Regime’s Psychological Warfare
Uphold Gun Conviction Even Though the Law Changed, Biden Administration Urges Supreme Court
Biden Administration to Add 22,000 Guest Worker Visas, Including 6,000 for Central Americans