Standing up for the rights of a widely reviled group isn't for the faint of heart.
Reason previously shared the story of Ricky Kidd's wrongful conviction in April.
Slowly but surely, some of the most glaring problems of our criminal justice system are being addressed.
Paul Manafort isn’t deserving of torture. Neither was Kalief Browder.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin gives advice for changing hearts on criminal justice reform.
How America's bail system traps poor people in jail
The comprehensive report from the Office of the Inspector General is unlikely to have much follow up.
President Obama Thinks He Did a Great Job With Criminal Justice Reform, But He Should Have Done More
Obama is in full legacy-preservation mode in article for Harvard Law Review.
Teressa Raiford wants to change the culture of the scandal-plagued office.
'Movement for Black Lives' Releases Agenda in Attempt to Hijack Black Lives Matter/Police Reform Movement
"Ooh, people are interested in an issue? Here's a list of the things I always wanted"
"An over-technical interpretation of the law" leaves the late Glenn Ford's family with no remuneration for the life he spent behind bars.
Even when cases are overturned over prosecutor misconduct, judges often refuse to name names.
"Courageous conversations" among fellow officers could increase safety and decrease confrontation.
Congressman references the tragic case of Andrew Sadek, a college student bullied into becoming a confidential informant.
Cops Say Indiscriminate Murder of Texas Deputy Sign of a 'Different World,' But It's Not Different the Way They Think
Cops are under more scrutiny than before, but there isn't a rise in killings, and it's probably never been safer to be a cop.
Can education reform triumph? Or will the union reign?