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Innovative social work and criminal justice research center finds a home at FSU
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Judge Steven Leifman Receives Pardes Humanitarian Prize for Helping Thousands Towards Mental Health Instead of Incarceration
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National Public Defenders Summit Directives Document Now Available
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The Court of a Million Chances
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Less Is More: How Reducing Probation Populations Can Improve Outcomes
Pew Public Safety Performance Project summarizes JRI reforms
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Nine Lessons About Criminal Justice Reform
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Simplifying How the Courts Seal Criminal Records
Does the death penalty target people who are mentally ill? We checked.
Listen up, lawmakers. Mandatory minimum sentences won’t stop crime: Amasa Miller
Disabled teen rages, pounds on cell door and confounds Florida juvenile justice
Does the death penalty serve a purpose? Supreme Court hasn’t decided either
San Antonio became a national leader in mental health care by working together as a community.
Texas’ Standard of Intellectual Disability Is Horrific
Families failed by a broken mental health care system often have no one to call but police.
What If America Approached Crime Like Treating a Disease?
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Michael Marshall’s Death at the Denver Jail Ruled a Homicide: Why Was He There in the First Place?
U.S. Senate Passes the Comprehensive Justice and Mental Health Act
Miami’s Model for Decriminalizing Mental Illness in America
Putting Fewer Innocents Behind Bars
Colorado Officials Praise Progress of Restorative Justice Programs
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Utah Can Move Past “Lock ‘Em Up” Prison Mentality
Banned from 16th Street: Dozens Ordered by Court to Stay Away
Vera Institute of Justice Report: Incarceration’s Front Door: The Misuse of Jails in America (February 2015)
World’s Largest Law Enforcement Group Endorses Court-Ordered Outpatient Treatment for At-Risk People with Severe Mental Illness
Recalibrating Justice: A Review of 2013 State Sentencing and Corrections Trends
Colorado Problem Solving Courts Executive Summary
Colorado Problem Solving Courts Best Practices Manual
18th Judicial District Mental Health Court and Treatment Team Grant Funding History
Colorado Report of the Civil Commitment Law Review Task Force
Colorado Problem Solving Courts
Mental Health Courts: A Guide to Research-Informed Policy and Practice
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