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"Poll shows bipartisan support for criminal justice reform," by Lydia Wheeler, The Hill, February 11, 2016.

"New York Police Are Using Covert Cellphone Trackers, Civil Liberties Group Says," by Joseph Goldstein, New York Times, February 11, 2016.

"Federal Grand Jury Said To Begin Hearing Evidence In Eric Garner Case," by Eyder Peralta, NPR, February 11, 2016.

"Utah’s Republican Sen. Mike Lee: Criminal justice reform legislation has momentum," by Sari Horwitz, The Washington Post, February 10, 2016.

"Military prosecutor: Senate report on CIA interrogation program is accurate," by Adam Goldman, The Washington Post, February 10, 2016.

"Man Freed While Awaiting New Trial On Flawed Hair Evidence," Associated Press, February 10, 2016.

"Criminalization of HIV: A Human Rights Call for Science Based Laws," Human Rights at Home Blog, February 10, 2016.

"Sex offenders challenge new federal passports law," Associated Press, February 9, 2016.

"Los Angeles Approves Plans to Fight Homelessness," by Ian Lovett, New York Times, February 9, 2016.

"Former federal judge to President Obama: Free the man I sentenced to 55 years in prison," by Sari Horwitz, Washington Post, February 9, 2016.

"Released felons gain right to vote in Maryland following veto override," by Erin Cox, Baltimore Sun, February 9, 2016.

"The Forgotten Ones: Queer and Trans Lives in the Prison System," by Grace Dunham, The New Yorker, February 8, 2016.

"Ten weeks of public camera surveillance not a search, 6th Circuit rules," by Orin Kerr, Volokh Conspiracy, February 8, 2016.

"Obama signs International Megan's Law," by Jonathan D. Salant, The Star-Ledger, February 8, 2016.

"Commentary: New Mexicans deserve smart crime policies," by Paul J. Gessing, Marc A. Levin, and Norman L. Reimer, Santa Fe New Mexican, February 8, 2016.

"An unprecedented experiment in mass forgiveness," by Rob Kuznia, Washington Post, February 8, 2016.

"The Nobility of Good Lawyers With Bad Clients," by Garrett Epps, The Atlantic, February 7, 2016.

"Chicago Officer, Citing Emotional Trauma, Sues Estate of Teenager He Fatally Shot," by Mitch Smith, New York Times, February 7, 2016.

"Why Some Forensic Evidence Isn’t Accurate Or Reliable," by Here & Now, WBUR, February 5, 2016.

"Prosecutors Argue Cell Site Location Data Is Something Every User Shares With 'The Rest Of The World'," by Tim Cushing, Techdirt, February 5, 2016.

"Court Ruling Forces Police In Southern States To Reconsider Use Of Tasers," by Martin Kaste, NPR, February 5, 2016.

"California doctor gets 30 years to life in landmark overdose case," by Steve Gorman, Reuters, February 5, 2016.

"Blog: Judge Denies Access to Source Code for DNA Software Used in Criminal Cases," by Joe Palazzolo, Wall Street Journal, February 5, 2016.

"Letter: Feds Criminalize Things That Aren’t Crimes," by Senator Orrin Hatch, Wall Street Journal, February 4, 2016.

"Legal Marijuana Sales Hit $5.4 Billion in 2015, Report Says," by Christine Hauser, New York Times, February 4, 2016.

"Britain: WikiLeaks founder faces arrest regardless of U.N. panel ruling," by Karla Adam and Brian Murphy, Washington Post, February 4, 2016.

"Six States Where Felons Can’t Get Food Stamps," by Eli Hager, Marshall Project, February 4, 2016.

"Va. murder trial may become part of national debate on jail informants," by Tom Jackman, Washington Post, February 3, 2016.

"Obama administration gets a new pardon attorney for high-profile clemencies," by Sari Horwitz, Washington Post, February 3, 2016.

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

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