A murder conviction sent Myon Burrell to prison for life when he was a teenager. An investigative reporter dug into what seemed a hopeless case. What she found helped free him.
A comic explores two diverging paths of juvenile justice in Wyoming and South Dakota.
Boxer Charles “Duke” Tanner, among the few to receive clemency from President Donald Trump, returns to his hometown after spending 16 years in prison.
Under President Donald Trump, the pardon system has completely broken down.
The actions of police, prosecutors and judges in Mississippi ultimately end the childhood of black kids far more often – and with far greater severity.
We’re collecting the best reporting on growing inequality in America’s state courts.
Defendants who can’t make bail are more likely to be convicted and less likely to receive favorable plea deals.
Rodney Roberts copped a bad plea deal. Follow his story step by step on Instagram.
The Kentucky Supreme Court will consider whether juries must be diverse after a judge dismisses an all-white jury.
Before Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was in the national spotlight for the recent killings of Alton Sterling and three police officers, it was the city’s court system that was at the center of a prolonged battle over race.