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October 1, 2015

Lots and lots of good reads from The Atlantic, Reason, and Slate

Busy times on a number of fronts has prevented me from highlighting a number of recent articles from The Atlantic, Reason, and Slate on a range of topics that should be of interest to sentencing fans. In an effort to catch up, I will just here note headlines and provide links (and urge readers in the comments to idenitfy which pieces they think perhaps merit added attention).

Recently from The Atlantic:


Recently from Reason:


Recently from Slate:

October 1, 2015 at 09:18 AM | Permalink


An excellent read •
I had the honor of meeting Ms. Thompson and Mr. Cotton in Cincinnati when the Ohio Innocence Project sponsored a CLE program open to the public•

It was more than I can describe observing Ronald Cotton sitting in a chair a few feet behind Jennifer Thompson as she told the audience how she prayed every night for Ronald’s death in prison •

Posted by: Docile Jim Brady „ the Nemo Me ☺ Impune Lacessit guy in Oregon ‼ | Oct 2, 2015 7:59:50 PM

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