What’s New in Criminal Justice Reform

  • Washington Post Recognizes Conservative Criminal Justice Reform, Misses Its History

    Posted in Prisons, ROC Blog: July 31, 2014 by Right on Crime

    We’re glad the Washington Post has recognized the growing conservative support for reforms in our criminal justice system, “Some Republicans push compassionate, anti-poverty agenda ahead of 2016 contest.” Conservatives have been working on criminal justice reform since Chuck Colson founded the Prison Fellowship in 1974. Colson, found guilty of obstruction of justice for his part in […]

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  • Senator Paul Pushes Substantial Forfeiture Reform

    Posted in Other, Priority Issues, ROC Blog: July 28, 2014 by Derek M. Cohen

    The movement for civil asset forfeiture reform has been gaining momentum as of late. What started as a spotlight on the national practice from a libertarian law firm has recently spawned interest in local to national media. Now, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has filed a bill seeking to substantially rein in…

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