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Criminal Justice Reform in the States: July 25, 2019 Edition

Legislative roundup: Miami officials plan to counter Florida’s “poll tax” law, California’s law restricting felony murder gains a powerful ally, and more Many of the laws that govern the American criminal justice system are set at the state level. Explore the latest developments on criminal justice reform in legislatures around the country with the Political […]

Attorney General Race Could Reshape Prosecution in Delaware

Daniel Nichanian Delaware is a rare state that does not elect prosecutors, instead entrusting its attorney general to appoint them. This year’s incumbentless attorney general race is thus crucial for the state’s criminal justice system. In the Sept. 6 Democratic primary—the first contested primary in 20 years—the four candidates are Kathy Jennings, Chris Johnson, Tim […]