The American Prospect: “Prison Reform: No Longer Politically Toxic?”

Marc Levin in The American Prospect: “[Too] often states send low-risk, nonviolent offenders to prison for a year or less, which often means any benefit of incapacitation is outweighed by the fact that these offenders are often more of a risk when they leave due to who they encountered behind bars and their ties to family, work, church, and community being severed.”



Reddy: Criminal justice reforms in Texas can set tone for U.S.

Right on Crime | August 23, 2013
In this Houston Chronicle op-ed, Vikrant Reddy discusses U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s criminal justice reforms, saying “This is an area where the Obama administration is following, not leading.”
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