Charles may be the first person to benefit from the sentencing reductions in the FIRST STEP Act.
Yeezus gets crucified for our sins.
2018 was a mixed bag, but that means there was still a lot of good news.
After weeks of work from advocates and a bipartisan group of lawmakers, the Senate voted to pass the FIRST STEP Act.
The last-minute changes show how hard it is to make the criminal justice system more proportionate and discriminating.
Trump’s nominee for attorney general is apt to encourage his worst instincts on drug policy.
Some people don't belong behind bars. This celebrity-launched criminal justice reform group wants to free them.
Roughly 800 federal inmates are sentenced to life under an obscure sentencing enhancement that lawmakers in Congress might soon vote to reduce.
The Texas senator is now allied with longtime opponents of reform in resisting the FIRST STEP Act.
The modest changes in the FIRST STEP Act are no threat to public safety.
Assessing the import of presidential tantrums, media hyperbole, military complaints, and the near-arrival of federal sentencing reform
My case involving Weldon Angelos illustrates the problem with "stacking" federal mandatory minimum gun charges from a single episode. The statute will apparently soon be amended to become a true recidivism statute.
The former attorney general's worst hits
Prosecutor groups and criminal justice reform advocates are putting out dueling polls on a major bill in Congress.
The president’s comments could improve the prospects for federal penal reform.
What you need to know about Issue 1
The Texas senator's authoritarian attacks on Beto O'Rourke short-circuit rational discussion of police shootings, drug policy, and sentencing reform.
Hundreds may see their sentences overturned or shortened.
The president and Senate Republicans might be coming to an agreement that includes some sentencing reforms, too.
A new report shows that the recent trend of reducing prison populations is heavily an urban phenomenon.