First Merrick Garland’s stolen seat, now Kennedy’s retirement. It’s a one-two gut punch that has left those of us who treasure the cause of freedom and equality deeply distressed about the direction that the U.S. Supreme Court will almost certainly take for the better part of a generation.
"The agents didn’t say anything about where they were going to take my son,” said Samuel*, from behind a glass partition. “They just took him away. And then they told me I was going to jail. I’ve never been to jail. This has never happened before.”
An Interview with ACLU-NM Attorney Erin Armstrong on the Supreme Court’s Decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado
"I believe that there can be no reconciliation without admitting hard truths about the roots of our criminal justice system..."
Senior Policy Strategist Paul Haidle spoke at the SFIA140 in July about what motivates his fight against mass incarceration.
A Chance For Change: Ideas for criminal justice reform in New Mexico are stewing this summer ahead of next year's legislative session
Nine years after his release from prison, Barron Jones has become a leading advocate for criminal justice reform in New Mexico.
It was a waking nightmare for Joy Morales. For 49 days, she languished behind bars in two separate states for a crime she didn’t commit.