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.
The plaintiffs’ view is that the Constitution prohibits the counting of all people besides voters.
If the Supreme Court agrees with the plaintiffs, it would redraw political power across the nation.
Federal funds have helped states finance programs that serve children who are, or are at-risk of becoming, involved in our juvenile justice system.
Presidential hopefuls must address nation’s failed prison system.
Once property is seized, owners must go to court and navigate a complex legal maze to try to win it back.
Over-criminalization, which refers to the vast expansion of what is deemed criminal under law, is a very real concern.