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"Woman Cleared in Death Tied to G.M.’s Faulty Ignition Switch," by Rebecca Ruiz, The New York Times, November 24, 2014.

"Do Convicted Killers Deserve Free Speech?," by Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project, November 24, 2014.

"Court rules private probation legal but extending sentences is not," James Salzer, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, November 24, 2014.

"Wisconsin preps for surge in DNA tests when crime law kicks in," by Todd Richmond, Associated Press, November 23, 2014.

"Editorial: Will Texas Kill an Insane Man?," The New York Times, November 23, 2014.

"Lawyers: Epps said prison companies 'spread' money," by Jerry Mitchell, The Jackson Clarion-Ledger, November 22, 2014.

"Wonderful new on-line resource, Collateral Consequences Resource Center, now available," Sentencing Law and Policy Blog, November 18, 2014.

"The Story Behind 'The Dingo Ate My Baby'," On the Media, November 21, 2014.

"More Judges Question Use of Fake Drugs in Sting Cases," by Erik Eckholm, The New York Times, November 20, 2014.

"Michigan prison sentence reforms gain momentum," by Gary Heinlein, The Detroit News, November 20, 2014.

"Angola 3 member Albert Woodfox's conviction should be overturned, federal appeals court agrees," by Emily Lane, The New Orleans Times-Picayune, November 20, 2014.

"The End of Eyewitness Testimonies," by Erika Hayasaki, Newsweek, November 19, 2014.

"Racial gap in U.S. arrest rates: 'Staggering disparity'," by Brad Heath, USA Today, November 19, 2014.

"Ohio: Man Convicted in 1975 Killing Is to Be Freed," Associated Press, November 19, 2014.

"Judges rarely take action, even when prosecutors withhold evidence from defense," by Isaac Wolf, Scripps News, November 19, 2014.

" California man imprisoned for 36 years was wrongfully convicted, prosecutors say," by Christine Mai-Duc, November 19, 2014.

"The Racist Origins of Felon Disenfranchisement," by Brent Staples, The New York Times, November 18, 2014.

"D.C. Council votes to overhaul asset forfeiture, give property owners new rights," by Robert O'Harrow, The Washington Post, November 18, 2014.

"Thousands of federal prisoners could be eligible for early release in drug cases," by Zoe Tillman, The National Law Journal, November 17, 2014.

"Op-Ed: Civil Asset Forfeiture Flouts the Constitution," by Theodore Simon, The National Law Journal, November 17, 2014.

"Groundbreaking Study Documents How Courts Are Impeding Fair Disclosure in Criminal Cases," NACDL News Release, November 17, 2014.

"Eric Holder on His Legacy, His Regrets, and His Feelings About the Death Penalty," by Bill Keller and Tim Golden, The Marshall Project, November 17, 2014.

" Judge threatens detective with contempt for declining to reveal cellphone tracking methods," by Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun, November 17, 2014.

"When lawyers stumble, only their clients fall," by Ken Armstrong, The Marshall Project, November 16, 2014.

"Indictment of Ex-Official Raises Questions on Mississippi’s Private Prisons," by Richard Fausset, The New York Times, November 16, 2014.

"More Federal Agencies Are Using Undercover Operations," by Eric Lichtblau and William M. Arkin, The New York Times, November 15, 2014.

"Lethal mix: Lawyers’ mistakes, unforgiving law," by Ken Armstrong, The Marshall Project, November 15, 2014.

"D.C. police plan for future seizure proceeds years in advance in city budget documents," by Robert O'Harrow Jr. and Steven Rich, The Washington Post, November 15, 2014.

"Why It Might Be Time To Rethink The Rules Of Parole," by Jessica Glazer, FiveThirtyEight, November 13, 2014.

"U.S. Marshals Service reportedly gathering phone data through airborne surveillance," by Ellen Nakashima, The Washington Post, November 13, 2014.

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