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Conservatives Battle with Soros in Prosecutors Races

by Pat Nolan

GOP critics of Louisiana justice reform don’t seem in sync with Donald Trump

by David Safavian

Oklahoma is the Nation’s No. 1 Incarcerator, but It Doesn’t Have to Be

Originally Published: Tulsa World Written by: David Safavian When this legislative session’s top criminal justice reform proposals were announced in January, the bipartisan coalition supporting them had a simple, modest goal. They wanted a slight incarceration rate reduction to change Oklahoma’s

Florida must follow Trump’s lead on criminal justice reform

Originally Published: Tallahassee Democrat Written by: David Safavian and Patrick Plein For too long, politicians on both sides of the aisle have ignored the consequences of operating an ineffective, inhumane and expensive criminal justice system. In D.C., it took a massive

Civil forfeiture: Fighting socialism in Mississippi and throughout the Deep South

Originally Published: Orlando Sentinel Written by: David Safavian and Laurel Duggan What does present-day Venezuela have in common with Mississippi in 2014? Both empowered the government to take private property without the benefit of a court proceeding. Until late 2018, Mississippi

Bipartisan Clean Slate initiative will help Utah and former offenders

by Rick Larsen and David Safavian