A Political and Literary Forum
We cannot simply put the past behind us. The framework of transitional justice offers a promising path forward.
We need new privacy law for the digital age.
Neil M. Richards
A new law aims to deny pariah sex offenders even exile.
Forensic scientists respond to allegations that their work harms the criminal justice system.
Wesley Vernon, Michael Nirenberg, Nathan J. Robinson
Michigan law shields decision-makers from public scrutiny.
Serving time in Richmond City Jail
Moralistic efforts to guard against online predation do more harm than good.
Reducing prison populations isn’t enough. We need a new criminal system founded on priniciples of justice rather than fear of crime.
Hair tests, bite marks, blood spatter: it’s mostly magic.
Nathan J. Robinson
At the Supreme Court, majority rules. Yet dissents have drastically changed the institution—and the country.
Half a century on, we need to recommit ourselves to correcting the conditions that undergirded the civil unrest of the 1960s.
The limits of using DNA to create images of subjects.
Without sexual liberation, sexual oppression and sexual violence will continue.
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William Callison, Quinn Slobodian
Charles Sabel, David G. Victor
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