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"The Milwaukee Experiment: What can one prosecutor do about the mass incarceration of African-Americans?," by Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker, May 11, 2015.

"The Computers are Listening: How the NSA Converts Spoken Words Into Searchable Text," by Dan Froomkin, The Intercept, May 5, 2015.

"Court Rules Police Don't Need A Warrant To Get Your Cellphone Records," by Kate Vinton, Forbes, May 5, 2015.

"The epic legal battle for Omar Khadr’s release," by Michelle Shephard, The Star, May 4, 2015.

"Georgia Settles Case Alleging Assembly-Line Justice For Children," by Carrie Johnson, NPR, May 2, 2015.

"San Francisco, CA Lawyer Martin A. Sabelli Elected to NACDL Board," NACDL News Release, May 1, 2015.

"Supreme Court justices hotly debate the use of a lethal injection drug," by Robert Barnes and Mark Berman, The Washington Post, April 29, 2015.

"April 2015 E-News," NACDL, April 29, 2015.

"Senators Urge Action on FBI’s Use of Faulty Forensic Evidence," by Matthew Fleming, Roll Call, April 28, 2015.

"Key expert in Supreme Court death penalty case facing serious questions about credibility," by Radley Balko, The Washington Post, April 28, 2015.

"Junk Science at the F.B.I.," The Editorial Board, The New York Times, April 27, 2015.

"Editorial: How many innocent people did NJ send to prison with junk science?," Star-Ledger, April 27, 2015.

"2016 Candidates Are United in Call to Alter Justice System," by Peter Baker, The New York Times, April 27, 2015.

"FBI Testimony on Microscopic Hair Analysis Contained Errors in at least 90% of Cases in Ongoing Review: 26 of 28 FBI Analysts Provided Testimony or Reports with Errors," Joint NACDL News Release, April 20, 2015.

"FBI admits flaws in hair analysis over decades," by Spencer S. Hsu, The Washington Post, April 18, 2015.

"Policing the Police," by Simone Weichselbaum, The Marshall Project, April 23, 2015.

"Argument analysis: Is the government pushing a bridge too far regarding federal drug prosecutions?," by Rory Little, SCOTUSblog, April 23, 2015.

"The U.S.'s Century-Old Snail Mail Surveillance Sparks A New Privacy Argument," by Steven Melendez, Fast Company, April 22, 2015.

"The FBI convicted this man using hair analysis. It was a dog’s hair.," by Daniel Rivero, Fusion, April 21, 2015.

"Report Seeks Overhaul of Postal Service Surveillance Program," by Ron Nixon, The New York Times, April 21, 2015.

"Opinion analysis: Traffic stops can’t last too long or go too far, and no extra dog sniffs!," by Rory Little, SCOTUSblog, April 21, 2015.

"Nation's Criminal Defense Bar Calls for an End to Current Mass Postal Surveillance Practices: Report," NACDL News Release, April 21, 2015.

"Defense Lawyers Group Leads Push for Change After Scathing FBI Report," by Rob Stott, Associations Now, April 21, 2015.

"After FBI admits overstating forensic hair matches, focus turns to cases," by Spencer S. Hsu, The Washington Post, April 20, 2015.

"1.5 Million Missing Black Men," by Justin Wolfers, David Leonhardt, and Kevin Quealy, The New York Times, April 20, 2015.

"Mental-Health Treatment for Defendants Dogged by Delays," by Joe Palazzolo, The Wall Street Journal, April 19, 2015.

"Too Vague to Be Constitutional," by Garrett Epps, The Atlantic, April 17, 2015.

"As police body cameras catch on, a debate surfaces: Who gets to watch?," by Peter Hermann and Aaron C. Davis, The Washington Post, April 17, 2015.

"I Spent Seven Years Locked in a Human Warehouse," by Ketema Ross, Politico, April 16, 2015.

"Can You Go to Jail for Not Paying Rent?," by Eli Hager, The Marshall Project, April 16, 2015.

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