June 22, 2010
International: Refusal to Listen to Court is ‘Morally Inexcusable’
February 24, 2009
Washington: Voting Rights Legislation Receives Editorial, Police Support
May 25, 2006
New York: A Question of Prison-Based Gerrymandering
September 2012 State Collateral Consequences Reform Webinar
The Sentencing Project co-hosted a webinar with the ACLU, Crossroad Bible Institute, National Employment Law Project, and the National H.I.R.E. Network.
The webinar provided an overview of efforts to reform collateral consequences including access to employment, felony enfranchisement, and access to public benefits.Author: Nicole D. Porter
June 2010 (The Sentencing Project) State Recidivism Database
Provides references for 99 recidivism studies conducted between 1995-2009 in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
October 2004 (American Civil Liberties Union & Demos) Purged! How a Patchwork of Flawed and Inconsistent Voting Systems Could Deprive Millions of Americans of the Right to Vote
Examines procedures for “purging” individuals from the voting database as the result of a felony conviction in 15 states; identifies systemic flaws and calls for states to reform protocol to ensure accuracy. 37 pagesAuthors: Laleh Ispahani and Nick Williams
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