What Happens When the Government Goes Too Far Investigating Child Abuse?

April 29, 2019.

New Paper Measures Social and Psychological Costs of Pedestrian Stops on Black and Latino Adolescents

April 11, 2019.

A Pretextual Traffic Stop Should Require Sufficient Pretext

April 5, 2019.

Lawsuit: Car Passenger Tased 11 Times, Criminally Charged after Asking Officer “Why?”

February 12, 2019.

FIRST STEP Passes Senate

December 19, 2018.

MPD’s NEAR Act Implementation: The Wrong Way to Do the Right Thing

November 28, 2018.

Policing High-Crime Areas: A Matter of Trust

October 30, 2018.

Criminal Informants and Other Injustices in Little Rock

October 16, 2018.

“The Difference between Justice for the Masses and Justice for the Few”

September 19, 2018.

If Someone Disputes Racism in the Criminal Justice System, Show Them This

September 18, 2018.

The Good Government Effects of Drug Legalization

July 23, 2018.

Do Not Take the Wrong Lesson from Baltimore’s Police and Homicide Data

July 12, 2018.

A Troubling Nomination to the U.S. Sentencing Commission

April 25, 2018.

USA Today: Local Police Acquiring Less Military Gear from Feds

April 23, 2018.

Bipartisan Opportunities for Criminal Justice Reform

April 10, 2018.

“There Is Nothing Right or Just under the Law about This”

April 2, 2018.

How Many Sessions Does it Take to Screw Up Good Policy?

March 21, 2018.

“There’s No Fear of Being Caught”

March 20, 2018.

“An astonishing miscarriage of justice”

February 28, 2018.

AG Sessions Threatens Legal Marijuana Businesses

January 4, 2018.

Are Federal Prosecutors Above the Law?

October 31, 2017.

An Open Letter to Rethink 1033

September 12, 2017.

Republicans and Federal Marijuana Policy

September 7, 2017.

President Trump Endorses Police Brutality

July 28, 2017.

Sessions’ Civil Forfeiture Memo: It’s Not Just the Money

July 20, 2017.