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Colorado Expands Restorative Juvenile Justice
Henry Joel Simmons | June 30, 2011
Lubbock Blazes New Trail in Indigent Defense
Henry Joel Simmons |
Kansas Forms New Partnership To Take On Recidivism
Henry Joel Simmons | June 29, 2011
Alabama Chief Justice Issues Overcrowding Warning
Freighters Fined For Cartel Crimes?
Ohio Passes A Major Reform Package
Georgia Tests a New Method of Parole Reporting
Henry Joel Simmons | June 21, 2011
Reforms Being Considered In North Carolina
California’s Misguided Approach to Complying with Brown v. Plata
Henry Joel Simmons | June 15, 2011
Did “Three Strikes” Laws Bring Down California’s Violent Crime Rate?
Blow Up Doll Leads to Arrest and Possible Prison Time
Henry Joel Simmons | June 14, 2011
Mississippi Flips Stance On Reforms, For The Better
The Trouble with Florida’s Mandatory Minimums
Henry Joel Simmons | June 13, 2011
Louisiana Has Problems,Texas Has Answers
Henry Joel Simmons | June 10, 2011
Court Orders a Prison Release, but California Doesn’t Know How to Do It
Texas Youth Commission Closes Three Facilities
Proactive Iowa Follows Missouri’s Example
Oklahoma Legislature Tackling Prison Overcrowding
Henry Joel Simmons | June 7, 2011
“Most Peaceful State” sees 3% Spike in Crime. What happened?
Is the Felony Murder Rule Consistent with Graham v. Florida?
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