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5 Steps You Can Take Before the Election to Promote Criminal Justice Reform

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A PDF OF THESE 5 STEPS The criminal justice system is …

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Criminal Injustice with David. A Harris Podcast Interview

We’ve all heard about the cases of wrongfully convicted people going to prison for the …

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NPR Central Time with Bob Ferrett Podcast Interview

Exploring No-Crime Wrongful Convictions, Community Crime Prevention And Rise In Shootings. We hear from the …

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The Crime Report Print Interview

Conversation with Isidoro Rodriguez of The Crime Report: Your Criminal Justice Network from the Center …

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The ABA Journal: Modern Law Library Podcast Interview

In this episode of the Modern Law Library, Henry speaks with the ABA Journal’s Lee …

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The Decarceration Nation Podcast Interview

Joshua B. Hoe interviews Jessica S. Henry about her book “Smoke but No Fire: Convicting …

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The Crime Story Podcast Interview

Amanda Knox interviews Jessica Henry, scholar, on the phenomenon of “no crime” wrongful convictions.

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The Jabot Podcast Interview

Kathryn Rubino talks with Jessica S. Henry about the prevalence of no-crime convictions, some of …

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The Death Penalty Is Racist: Now Is the Perfect Time to Abolish It Once and For All

Julius Jones has spent the last 20 years on Oklahoma’s death row for a murder …

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Two Suspicious Deaths by Hangings of Black Men in California

Robert Fuller, a twenty-four-year old black man, was found on June 10th, hanging from a …

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Don’t Forget the Prosecutors in Talking About Police Reform

Millions of Americans have now watched the stomach-turning scene over and over: George Floyd handcuffed, …

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Another Innocent Man Executed?

Walter “Arkie” Barton is scheduled to be executed by the State of Missouri on Tuesday, …

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Binge Watching? What “How to Fix a Drug Scandal” Teaches Us About Criminal Justice Reform

The criminal justice system abounds with inequities. Today’s news headlines are full of stories about …

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Texas, the Coronavirus, Wrongful Convictions, and Prisons (Austin Statesman)

Rosa Jimenez, a mother with Stage 4 Kidney Disease, was already supposed to be released …

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New Jersey’s Prisons and the Coronavirus

New Jersey just took a major step toward protecting the public from the coronavirus.  It …

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The Death Penalty Lottery

Colorado’s Governor Jared Polis has announced he will sign a state bill to abolish capital …

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