Maurice Chammah

Marshall Project

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Staff writer for the Marshall Project, a nonprofit journalism organization focusing on criminal justice issues in the United States

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Racial bias in America's criminal justice system is an old story, one that's on the docket today at the US Supreme Court.

SCOTUS Considers Race and Jury Selection

Racial bias in America's criminal justice system is an old story, one that's on the docket today at the US Supreme Court.

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Sexual abuse is an especially heinous crime, and there's unwavering popular support for tough penalties.

Does Public Shaming Guarantee Public Safety?

Sexual abuse is an especially heinous crime, and there's unwavering popular support for tough penalties.

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