Report proposes regulatory solutions to redress economic harms faced by individuals with criminal records.
Scholar argues that criminal supervision alternatives to incarceration too often lead to family separation.
Scholar argues that prioritizing noncitizens convicted of crimes for deportation is unjustified.
Scholars discuss how administrative failures block incarcerated people from accessing relief.
The Justice Department pledges to address racial bias in an algorithm that determines early release.
Scholar argues that HIV criminalization laws should be replaced with public health policies.
Laws that impose criminal penalties for pregnancy loss regulate the conduct of pregnant people.
Civil rights attorney examines legal issues presented by virtual school disciplinary policies.
Scholar shows that regulatory bodies use arrests as informational proxies—but that this use has its costs.
The Biden Administration is expected to withdraw last-minute Trump Administration death penalty regulation.
Study indicates a vital judicial role in overseeing defendants’ reentry following prison.
New risk-forecasting tool reinforces racial disparities and emphasizes future risk in criminal sentencing.