Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Right on Crime asking the right questions:
Which criminal laws are overlapping, obsolete, overbroad or vague, or lacking a mens rea provision?
What percent of offenders in community corrections and prison are paying the restitution they owe?
Which treatment, education, and work programs most reduce re-offending for each type of offender?
How many low-risk offenders are going to prison?
How many probationers and parolees are revoked for rule violations who could be safely supervised and treated given sufficient resources?