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TCR at a Glance

Can We All Get Along?

q & a September 2, 2014

It’s time for the players in the U.S. justice system to collaborate on fixing mistakes—instead of blaming each other when thi...

How Police Can Reduce Wrongful Convictions

new & notable August 27, 2014

A new paper by Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts and two other leaders in policing and legal advocacy calls for a systemic over...

‘Till Death Do Us Part’

August 26, 2014

South Carolina is among the top ten states in deaths from domestic violence. But it’s not alone in its failure to address what some...

The Criminal Justice Debt Penalty

new & notable August 22, 2014

"Mere contact" with the criminal justice system can cause long-term financial instability, according to a new paper from the John Jay Col...