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"U.S. clemency effort, slow to start, will rely on an army of pro bono lawyers," by Sari Horwitz, The Washington Post, February 28, 2015.

"Prosecutors criticize D.C. crime lab’s handling of some DNA evidence," by Keith L. Alexander, The Washington Post, March 5, 2015.

"How to Cut the Prison Population by 50 Percent," by Dana Goldstein, The Marshall Project, March 4, 2015.

"The 17-Year-Old Adults," by Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project, March 3, 2015.

"Rules to keep federal prosecutors in line revealed," by Brad Heath, USA Today, March 3, 2015.

"Ferguson Police Routinely Violate Rights of Blacks, Justice Dept. Finds," by Matt Apuzzo, The New York Times, March 3, 2015.

"The Obstacle Course," by Simone Weicselbaum, The Marshall Project, March 2, 2015.

"High Court Weighs Limits on Child Abuse Evidence," by Sam Hananel, The Associated Press, March 2, 2015.

"Santa Clara County: Ex-jailer says planting informants was routine," by Tracey Kaplan, San Jose Mercury News, March 1, 2015.

"Out of Trouble, but Criminal Records Keep Men Out of Work," by Binyamin Applebaum, The New York Times, February 28, 2015.

"D.C. to pay $9.2 million in wrongful conviction," by Spencer S. Hsu, The Washington Post, February 28, 2015.

"Time to tackle unfinished business in criminal justice reform," by Eric H. Holder Jr., The Washington Post, February 27, 2015.

"Editorial: Remove Unfair Barriers to Employment," The New York Times, February 27, 2015.

"February E-News," NACDL, February 27, 2015.

"Out of Prison, and Staying Out, After 3rd Strike in California," by Erik Eckholm, The New York Times, February 26, 2015.

"How Terrance Williams became the face of the death penalty debate in Pennsylvania," by Andrew Cohen, The Marshall Project, February 26, 2015.

"A Second Chance: Education's Role in Reversing Mass Incarceration," by Irvin Weathersby Jr., The Atlantic, February 26, 2015.

"With marijuana legalization, green rush is on in D.C.," by Marc Fisher, Aaron C. Davis, and Perry Stein, The Washington Post, February 25, 2015.

"Supreme Court tosses `fishy' conviction of Florida fisherman into the drink," by Michael Doyle, McClatchy DC, February 25, 2015.

"Supreme Court Rules Against Prosecuting Fisherman Under Post-Enron Anti-Shredding Law; Plurality and Dissent Find Overcriminalization," NACDL News Release, February 25, 2015.

"Rock Hill, S.C., Attorney Christopher Wellborn Elected NACDL Treasurer," NACDL News Release, February 25, 2015.

"Locked Up for Being Poor," by Jessica Pishko, The Atlantic, February 25, 2015.

"States predict inmates' future crimes with secretive surveys," by Eileen Sullivan and Ronnie Greene, The Associated Press, February 24, 2015.

"Debtors’ Prisons, Then and Now: FAQ," by Eli Hager, The Marshall Project, February 24, 2015.

"Appeals court considering warrantless cellphone tracking," by Kate Brumback, The Associated Press, February 24, 2015.

"White Collar Criminal Defense Award from NACDL and Stetson Law to be presented to attorney Hank Asbill," NACDL News Release, February 23, 2015.

"Court passes up new global spy case," by Lyle Denniston, SCOTUSblog, February 23, 2015.

"Secrecy around police surveillance equipment proves a case’s undoing," by Ellen Nakashima, The Washington Post, February 22, 2015.

"Where Right Meets Left," by Bill Keller, The New York Times, February 20, 2015.

"The path forward on bite mark matching — and the rearview mirror," by Radley Balko, February 20, 2015.

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