The law will always strive for truth, but it can never be guaranteed to arrive at it.
Children facing criminal prosecution and detention should not be treated in the same manner as adults.
African Americans make up one-third of the population in jails serving time for most low-level offenses even though they constitute 13 percent of the total population.
Individuals who are often most injured by the system may be less likely to win a jury’s support based on the color of their skin.
Today, the average federal prison is overcrowded by 36 percent.
We need to examine all the tools prosecutors use to get guilty pleas—and how they use those tools.
JRI is a data-driven approach to hold offenders accountable, control taxpayer costs and keep communities safe.
U.S. federal law has increasingly blurred the boundaries between criminal behavior committed on U.S territory and crimes committed beyond the limits of the U.S.
No-knock warrants have been upheld as constitutional, but they are a bad idea.
The Justices are the most vocal opponents of this proposal.