What’s New in Criminal Justice Reform

  • Overcriminalization Goes to the Supreme Court

    Posted in Events, Overcriminalization, ROC Blog: October 31, 2014 by Right on Crime

    Ahead of oral arguments in U.S. v. Yates, legal experts demand an end to the proliferation of thousands of capricious federal statutory crimes Austin, TX— In the run-up to the Supreme Court’s hearing of oral arguments in U.S. v. Yates, Right on Crime, the nationally recognized conservative criminal justice reform organization, will convene a briefing […]

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  • Cutting Costs and Crime: Levin Quoted in New York Times

    Posted in Criminal Justice News, Prisons, ROC Blog: October 25, 2014 by David Reaboi

    People across the country are beginning to wonder whether or not we are incarcerating ourselves out of an economy. After massive crackdowns on crime in the 90’s created hosts of stringent crimes and punishments, now millions of individuals find it almost impossible to get work. Criminal records, even for low-level non-violent offenses, can mean a […]

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