Our efforts to diagnose and ‘rehabilitate’ prisoners do not bring about greater justice and reform. In practice, they achieve the opposite.
Sometimes a show is so finely acted and technically well-crafted that you overlook its many other flaws. ‘The Night Of’ is one of those shows.
Alexis de Tocqueville originally visited America to study its prison system. Certain patterns he observed influence the current, critical state of our criminal justice system.
Mary Katharine Ham and Steve Teles on the story of Texas’s state criminal justice reform and what the crime debate looks like in 2016.
We should get better data than that used by leftist groups and talk policy specifics before we spring for massive changes to federal criminal law.
The real myth about criminal justice reform is that we somehow have a choice in whether it happens.
The majority of Americans think the federal government is too big. Conservatives should harness this sentiment for structural reforms.
Texas’ experience with criminal-justice reform offers hope for the many Americans in jail who shouldn’t be and the neighbors who pay their bills.
Today’s conservative crime reformers are aiming for less guards, bars, and prison beds.
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