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"Koch Brother Teams Up With Liberals on Criminal Justice Reform," by Alex Altman, TIME, January 29, 2015.

"Federal Judge Quits Panel Over Proposed Evidence Rules," by Devlin Barrett, The Wall Street Journal, January 29, 2015.

"Conspiracy and Its Discontents," by Matt Kaiser, Above the Law, January 29, 2015.

"Time to Arrest the Federal Criminalization Spree," by Brian W. Walsh and Tiffany Joslyn, The Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2015.

"Advocates want to hear from AG nominee on Aaron Swartz," by Mario Trujillo, The Hill, January 28, 2015.

"Defense lawyers, lawmakers and civil libertarians press for asset seizure reform," by Robert O'Harrow Jr., The Washington Post, January 27, 2015.

"McDonnell to remain free pending appeal," by Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post, January 26, 2015.

"Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell to remain free pending appealf," by Adam B. Lerner, Politico, January 26, 2015.

"Collateral Consequences and Ray Rice," by Lawrence S. Goldman, White Collar Crime Prof Blog, January 26, 2015.

"What were you thinking? As the criminal code expands, intent is often ignored," The Economist, January 24, 2015.

"NACDL explains the massive work behind Clemency Project 2014," Sentencing Law and Policy Blog, January 22, 2015.

"Government opposes Bob McDonnell's appeals court bond bid," by Frank Green, The Richmond Times Dispatch, January 22, 2015.

"Law professors, criminal defense lawyers back McDonnell bail bid," by Frank Green, Richmond Times-Dispatch, January 21, 2015.

"Suggested Changes for Federal, State Criminal Procedure in 2015," by Peter F. Vaira, The Legal Intelligencer, January 20, 2015.

"Maureen McDonnell sentencing guidelines call for 5 to 61 /2 years in prison," by Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post, January 20, 2015.

"Donovan could campaign on reforming grand juries," by Richard Lipsky, The Albany Times-Union, January 20, 2015.

"Give the unemployed a second chance," by Rachel Black and Aleta Sprague, CNN, January 19, 2015.

"Bad Blood: Lawyer v. Court. Guess who wins?," by Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project, January 16, 2015.

"Grassley questions Obama commutation drive," by Josh Gerstein, Politico, January 15, 2015.

"Should You Be Jailed for Committing a Crime You Didn’t Know Was a Crime? New Ohio Law Tackles Issue.," by John G. Malcolm and Jordan Richardson, The Daily Signal, January 13, 2015.

"Koch Bros to Bankroll Prison Reform," by Tim Mak, The Daily Beast, January 13, 2015.

"Ohio drops controversial lethal injection drug, postpones upcoming execution," by Mark Bergman, The Washington Post, January 9, 2015.

"The Overcriminalization of America," by Charles G. Koch and Mark V. Holden, Politico, January 7, 2015.

"Collateral Consequences in 2015," by Lucian E. Dervan, White Collar Crime Prof Blog, January 7, 2015.

"House Judiciary Committee Gets Broader Jurisdiction After Rule Change," by Marcia Coyle, The Blog of Legal Times, January 6, 2015.

"Using Big Data to predict criminal risk," by Ann Thompson, WVXU, January 5, 2015.

"Obama's drug-sentencing quagmire," by Josh Gerstein, Politico, January 5, 2015.

"A Rare Bipartisan Consensus In Favor of Overcriminalization Reform," by Carrie Severino, National Review Online, January 4, 2015.

"Curbing Congress’s Crime Addiction," The Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2015.

"Decades after FBI lab scandal, attorneys reviewing old Tampa Bay murder cases," by Curtis Krueger, Tampa Bay Times, December 29, 2014.

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