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"Congress Must Block Proposed Rule Changes Designed to Enable Sweeping Government Hacking Power," NACDL News Release, April 29, 2016.

"Sexual Assault Ruling in Oklahoma Spurs Calls to Change State Laws," by Daniel Victor, The New York Times, April 29, 2016.

"NACDL April 2016 E-News," NACDL, April 29, 2016.

"Defending the indefensible: Terrorists’ lawyers on why they take on ‘monsters’," by Pierre Rochiccioli and Aurelia End, AFP, April 29, 2016.

"A Death Sentence in Louisiana Rarely Means You’ll be Executed," by Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project, April 28, 2017.

"Sweep in Bronx Tackles Decade of Gang Chaos," by Benjamin Weiser, The New York Times, April 27, 2016.

"​Panama Papers Part 2: The world's dirty laundry becomes searchable," by Claire Reilly, CNET, April 27, 2016.

"Supreme Court justices seem skeptical of McDonnell’s conviction," by Robert Barnes and Laura Vozzella, The Washington Post, April 27, 2016.

"Can a Notorious New York City Jail Be Closed?," by Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, The Atlantic, April 26, 2016.

"Blog: Where Just a Misdemeanor Could Keep You Out of a Job," by Anna Louie Sussman, Wall Street Journal, April 26, 2016.

"Military commission machinations: Another effort at changing the rules in the middle of the process," by Joshua L. Dratel, The Hill Congress Blog, April 26, 2016.

"Video: Police Shootings of the," by Natalia V. Osipova, The New York Times, April 25, 2016.

"Obama’s advisers just revealed an unconventional solution to mass incarceration," by Max Ehrenfreund, The Washington Post, April 25, 2016.

"Classified Pages From 9/11 Report Could Be Released by Summer," by Eric Schmitt, The New York Times, April 25, 2016.

"After Freddie Gray, Baltimore Residents Continue To Criticize City's Police," by Andrea Seabrook, NPR, April 25, 2016.

"US to States: Make It Easier for Ex-Prisoners to Obtain IDs," The Associated Press, April 25, 2016.

"Heroin epidemic kills at least 23 Ohioans each week," by Bill Whitaker, 60 Minutes, April 24, 2016.

"Emails Deepen Criminal Cases in Flint, but Charges May Be Tough to Prove," by Monica Davey and Abby Goodnough, The New York Times, April 24, 2016.

"Where it’s still really easy for cops to take innocent people’s cash," by Christopher Ingraham, The Washington Post, April 22, 2016.

"Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons," by Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Erik Eckholm, The New York Times, April 22, 2016.

"The movement to legalize pot gains speed in the Americas," by Joshua Partlow, The Washington Post, April 22, 2016.

"Schools are helping police spy on kids’ social media activity," by Karen Turner, The Washington Post, April 22, 2016.

"How to Interrogate Someone," by Malia Wollan, The New York Times Magazine, April 22, 2016.

"How License-Plate Readers Have Helped Police and Lenders Target the Poor," by Kaveh Waddell, The Atlantic, April 22, 2016.

"Do Felons Make Good Employees?," by Keith Romer, NPR, April 22, 2016.

"Court: Border Search Warrant Exception Beats Riley In The 'Constitution-Free Zone'," by Tim Cushing, Techdirt, April 22, 2016.

"Why I Hated Being a Cop," by Raeford Davis as told to David Gambacorta, The Marshall Project, April 21, 2016.

"Prosecutors Say Fitbit Device Exposed Fibbing in Rape Case," by Jacob Gershman, Wall Street Journal Law Blog, April 21, 2016.

"Justices Broaden Ethics Office's Powers in Facebook Case," by Michael Booth, New Jersey Law Journal, April 19, 2016.

"How the FBI Uses Facial Recognition Technology to Fight Crime," by Eric Markowitz, Newsweek, April 19, 2016.

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