Category: Law, Crime, & Justice

Barbara Koeppel: Sex Crimes and Criminal Justice

Formerly incarcerated sex offenders say civil commitment programs deny proper rehabilitation

Mariame Kaba: A Jailbreak of the Imagination

Seeing Prisons for What They Are and Demanding Transformation

Nicole Ramos: Trump Admin Attacks Legal Asylum Process

A standoff continues on the U.S.-Mexico border, where scores of asylum seekers are attempting to cross into the United States after taking part in a month-long caravan

Peter Bibring: Excessive Force Law

‘We Need to Change the Rules for When Police Can Shoot’

Susan Roberts: Uses for the Poor

What is most notable about this new ‘warehousing’ of the poor is just how reminiscent of early capitalism it is

Taru Taylor: The Subversion of the Fourth Amendment

From “Probable Cause” to “Reasonable Suspicion”

Heather Ann Thompson: Shining Light on Inhumane Conditions in Prisons

The number killed across the state’s prisons has quadrupled from 2015 to 2017

Immanuel Wallerstein: Lula Arrested: How Successful a Coup?

Brazil merits our collective close attention and our active solidary participation

Billy Corriher: Trump erasing racial diversity from South’s federal courts

The 5th Circuit is already the most conservative circuit court in the country, and Trump is pushing it further to the right

Boaventura de Sousa Santos: Condemned by the courts, absolved by history

The Lula da Silva case blatantly shows that something is rotten in the Brazilian judicial system

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