America’s courts have never been places of justice dispensation—and a new computer program makes their record even worse.
Cases threaten to undermine efforts at juvenile justice reform in Illinois.
Judges share the blame for America's burgeoning imprisoned population. They seem to have missed the movement against mass incarceration.
The "Last Week Tonight" host makes the compelling case for not only getting rid of mandatory minimum prison sentences for drug offenses, but for passing legislation that would allow existing prisoners to apply to have their sentences reduced retroactively.
Prisoners’ advocates call the reforms a step forward, but they don’t address discrimination in presidential pardons or apply to everyone serving harsh sentences from outdated guidelines.