Eli Hager

staff writer at The Marshall Project

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Staff writer at the Marshall Project, a news organization focused on the US criminal justice system

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic, authorities have been sending lots of offenders home.

As juvenile detention centers empty out during pandemic, Black and Latino youth remain

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, authorities have been sending lots of offenders home.

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The crime was brutal: sexual assault of an unconscious woman who didn't find out what happened until reading a newspaper report days after the fact.

Sexual Assault at Stanford: Does the Punishment Fit the Crime?

The crime was brutal: sexual assault of an unconscious woman who didn't find out what happened until reading a newspaper report days after the fact.

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