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September 21, 2019

Some weekend reads on all sorts of topics from all sorts of places

At the end of the a busy week, I often have collected a number of links to articles and commentaries of interest that I realize I will not have time to blog fully. Ergo, a wrap-up post like this one allows me to cover all sorts of topics from all sorts of places:

"Alabama Sex Offender Registry Is Cruel and Unusual Punishment for Teenagers, Lawsuit Argues"

"Back to School: A Common-Sense Strategy to Lower Recidivism"

"Executing the intellectually disabled serves little purpose"

"Guilty until proven innocent: The cash grab of civil asset forfeiture"

"Non-violent drug offenders need help, not felony records"

"Victim advocates concerned after Nevada top court gives jury trial right to accused domestic batterers"

"What Democratic candidates need to admit about criminal justice reform"

September 21, 2019 at 11:13 AM | Permalink


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