Intersections + Injustice

    Lifers, Lab Rats and the Mandatory Minimums Experiment

    In the 1950s, John Hopkins University Professor Curt Richter ran a series of experiments ...

    Why “Drug-Induced Homicide” Doesn’t Have to be Prosecuted

    Over the past five years, five more states have passed drug-induced homicide (DIH) statutes, ...

    Why Allowing Only Prison-Issue Cell Phones Hurts Our Reentry Prospects

    The Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) is no longer allowing prisoners on work release ...

    Traumatized Veterans Who Use Drugs Left to Suffer in Prison

    About seven years ago, the Tennessee private prison where I’ve been incarcerated for the ...

    Is the “Progressive Prosecutor” Movement on Its Last Legs?

    Once upon a time, Milwaukee elected Frank Zeidler, the last socialist mayor of a ...