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"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.

"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.

"America’s over-criminalization epidemic: How the prosecution of Atlanta teachers exposes a broken system," by Elias Isquith, Salon, April 16, 2015.

"Editorial: Total Failure on Speedy Trials in New York," The New York Times, April 15, 2015.

"The Myth of Police Reform," by Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Atlantic, April 15, 2015.

"Cop accused of brutally torturing black suspects costs Chicago $5.5 million," by Michael E. Miller, The Washington Post, April 15, 2015.

"When Police Brutality Goes Beyond a 'Bad Apple' Cop," by Conor Fridersdorf, The Atlantic, April 14, 2015.

"Ignorance of the Law," by Cristian Farias, Slate, April 14, 2015.

"Sex, Dementia and a Husband on Trial at Age 78," by Pam Belluck, The New York Times, April 13, 2015.

"New Plan to Shrink Rikers Island Population: Tackle Court Delays," by Michael Schwirtz and Michael Winerip, The New York Times, April 13, 2015.

"Editorial: 152 Innocents, Marked for Death," The New York Times, April 13, 2015.

"Thousands dead, few prosecuted," by Kimberly Kindy and Kimbriell Kelly, The Washington Post, April 11, 2015.

"When Cops Cry Wolf," by Frank Serpico, Politico, April 10, 2015.

"For Mentally Ill Inmates at Rikers Island, a Cycle of Jail and Hospitals," by Michael Winerip and Michael Schwirtz, The New York Times, April 10, 2015.

"Advocates Hope Obama's Clemencies will Pave Way for Other Releases," by Freddie Allen, Black Voice News, April 10, 2015.

"If We Can’t Prevent Wrongful Convictions, Can We at Least Pay for Them?," by Emily Bazelon, The New York Times Magazine, April 9, 2015.

"Georgia Says It Will Allow Hormones for Transgender Inmates," by Deborah Sontag, The New York Times, April 9, 2015.

"U.S. secretly tracked billions of calls for decades," by Brad Heath, USA Today, April 8, 2015.

"Seattle's Radical Approach to Drug Crimes Is Working," by Saki Knafo, The Atlantic, April 8, 2015.

"Nation's Criminal Defense Bar: Mass DEA Surveillance Program Exposes Moral Bankruptcy of the ‘War on Drugs’," NACDL News Release, April 8, 2015.

"If police had recorded his interrogation, would Max Soffar be on death row?," by Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project, April 8, 2015.

"A bite mark matching advocacy group just conducted a study that discredits bite mark evidence," by Radley Balko, The Washington Post, April 8, 2015.

"Va. prosecutor: Innocent man faces life behind bars unless McAuliffe pardons," by Spencer S. Hsu and Rachel Weiner, The Washington Post, April 7, 2015.

"NY Cops Used ‘Stingray’ Spy Tool 46 Times Without Warrant," by Kim Zetter, Wired, April 7, 2015.

"Connecticut Study Finds Racial Disparity in Traffic Stops," by Joseph De Avila, The Wall Street Journal, April 7, 2015.

"U.S. Weighs Whether to Act or Wait on Insider Trading," by Peter J. Henning, The New York Times, April 6, 2015.

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