A Response to the NYC Terror Attack of 10/31/17

A Response to the NYC Terror Attack of 10/31/17

https://youtu.be/BEjkDBDvXqY The New Normal. Terror and using cars as a weapon. It saddens me that this is the world that we live in.  Yet we cannot change the issues of our times.  We live in an America that is, by choice or not, at war with radicalized Muslim...

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2017: Another Record Year for Exonerations?

2017: Another Record Year for Exonerations?

For the last three years in a row, we have had some exciting news from the world of Wrongful Convictions and Criminal Justice Reform.  2016 saw yet another record high number of exonerations, a trend for the last three years.  [You can read the study here].  If you...

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TV Justice vs Criminal Justice

TV Justice vs Criminal Justice

Likely there is a percentage of readers of this blog who believe that the way I write about the criminal justice system is biased, unfair, skewed, or maybe just flat wrong.  Criminal Justice, the problems of Mass Incarceration, and Wrongful Convictions are not things...

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We Must Never Fail to Protest Injustice

We Must Never Fail to Protest Injustice

Hearing the stories of those wrongfully convicted might just inspire us to action and passion, advocating for substantive criminal justice reform.  That's a big purpose of CJReform.info "Life is action and passion.  I think it is required of a man that he should share...

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Like You, I Believed In The System

Like You, I Believed In The System

One of the common threads in practically all of the exonerees stories is that prior to their arrests and convictions (and sometimes right up through them) they believed in the system.  They repeat again and again that they went along with the police, they went along...

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Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson – Must CJReform Reading

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson – Must CJReform Reading

One of the finest voices in criminal justice reform. I’d like to introduce you to a man who has greatly contributed to the criminal justice reform movement. His name is Bryan Stevenson. He is the founder and director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery,...

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