Tag: criminal injustice

    Sex Offender Registry Reform Is a Harm Reduction Issue

    In the United States, anyone convicted of a sex offense is punished with two ...

    A Daughter’s Life and Death, Seen Through a Harm Reduction Lens

    The book Addicted and Convicted: Letters from a Lost Daughter, published in August, tells ...

    Judge Keeps NJ Immigrant Detention Center Open, as Fight Continues

    New Jersey’s last immigrant detention center, in the city of Elizabeth, will remain open ...

    Fifth Circuit Strikes Post-Conviction Voting Ban as “Cruel and Unusual”

    The intent of Mississippi’s lifetime voting ban for people convicted of certain crimes, written ...

    Oakland DA Recall Effort Reflects Double Standards 

    Oakland District Attorney Pamela Price is currently facing a recall effort, as the latest ...

    Pardon Certificates for Federal Cannabis Convictions: Slow Progress

    The Justice Department (DOJ) is extending a public comment period concerning its marijuana pardon ...

    California Finally Clearing Cannabis Records. Will Lessons Be Learned?

    California officials have announced that they’re finally making substantial progress on clearing old marijuana ...

    ACLU Fights to Stop Sweeps Against Unhoused People in Phoenix

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing the city of Phoenix, Arizona, over ...