by Caroline Cox
A new study from the Brennan Center for Justice examines the causes of the dramatic decline in crime nationwide in the last two decades. The study argues that harsh criminal justice polices and increased incarceration did not drive the decline.
David S. Cohen argues at Salon that although marriage equality is likely to win at the Supreme Court, the decision is still unpredictable.
Cristian Farias offers a critique of Chief Justice John Roberts at Slate, asserting that his life experiences limit his reasoning on Fourth Amendment cases.
At Bloomberg Business, Greg Stohr writes that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is still leading the push for women’s equality.
Zoe Carpenter of The Nation considers the FBI Director’s recent comments on policing, race, and police violence.