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September 17, 2020

The Other Police Violence

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The Atlantic

September 16, 2020

How Police Misconduct Affects Cities And Taxpayers Financially

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NPR

September 15, 2020

When COVID Came to Cook County Jail

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Chicago Magazine

September 11, 2020

Judge dismisses lawsuit against DA Doug Evans

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APM Reports

September 9, 2020

Federal judge has authority to order Phase III of New Orleans jail, civil rights attorneys argue

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Lens NOLA

September 3, 2020

As Lawsuit Over Chicago’s Controversial Gang Database Comes to an End Organizations Turn to City Hall to Stop the Use of All CPD Gang Databases

Press Release
Advocates reject new gang database and call for the City to repair the harm inflicted on Chicagoans by the use of the old gang database Chicago, IL​ – In 2018, organizational members of the Coalition to Erase the Database entered into a federal class action lawsuit against the City of Chicago and the Chicago Police...
September 1, 2020

Death Sentence’s Undoing Means Solitary Confinement Improper

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Bloomberg Law

August 26, 2020

City Council tells criminal court to return more than half-million dollars in bail and conviction fees paid by defendants over last two years

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There is still much work left to end money bail and three separate sectors must continue to work together to make lasting social change: the courts, the community, and the city. We will continue our work in the courts.

The Lens

August 26, 2020

When Your Boss is Notorious: Clerking for R.B.G. (Video)

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Bloomberg Law

August 25, 2020

Principal Interrogator: A Call for Youth-Informed Analysis of Schoolhouse Interrogations

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The Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice