Today, the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.
The law permits prosecutors to wield a sledgehammer to induce defendants to plead guilty – and to punish those who don’t.
No large organization can prosper without publicity and the careful regard to its public image.
The law is woefully out of date and appellate courts have reached contrary conclusions about the meaning of key provisions.
Memo to Congress: Keep your mouth shut regarding on-going military cases.
Most real-life discussions of criminal justice reform focus on men.
Our communities need to rethink how we help citizens return to the community once their time is served.
The matter becomes not a lack of regulation but a lack of enforcement.
They kill jobs and economic growth.
Enrollment in law schools by students of color continues to lag behind.