From over at Mississippi Watchdog comes another story whereby an innocent third-party property owner is finding themselves at the mercy of overly broad asset forfeiture laws—statutes intended to aid...
The following remarks are from a speech former Texas Governor and Right on Crime signatory Rick Perry delivered on July 27th at the American Legislative Exchange Council's annual meeting. I want to...
This commentary originally appeared in the Washington Examiner on July 25th, 2016. "This case allows the police to stop you on the street, demand your identification, and check it for outstanding ...
Concerning the nation’s crime rates: while there have been increases in some cities, “Americans are still experiencing hard-won historic lows in crime.”
A new Ninth Circuit decision centered around a broad interpretation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could criminalize millions for password sharing.
A forceful defense of Alaska’s justice reinvestment bill, which aims toimprove safety in communities, offer a chance at redemption, and utilize taxpayer resources more efficiently.
New pilot program in Maryland totest an alternative to jail for those convicted of nonviolent crimes linked to heroin or opioid addiction.
A recent Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice report details how civil forfeiture is utilized in the state.
A sizeable majority of Utah voters are unaware that government can take and keep property without securing criminal convictions, a new poll states.
In the world of conservative criminal justice reform,the most excitingadvances are taking place at the state level. States are findinginnovative ways to increase public safety while trimming burdensome corrections costs.Every state is different, and thus every state is finding unique solutions. All of the red states on themap, however, have one thing in common: They are seizing the opportunity tocut corrections costs and keep the public safe.