In Religious Arbitration, Scripture Is the Rule of Law

In Religious Arbitration, Scripture Is the Rule of Law
Then, almost as an aside, Mr. Ellison wrote about how the Christian-run program that was supposed to cure his problem had instead “de-gayed” him. “God makes all things new,” Mr. Ellison wrote in bright ….. But when Northlake lost, it … Read more on New York Times

How Treatment Courts Can Reduce Crime
States have come up with all manner of creative solutions to route people out of the prison pipeline and into alternatives—drug treatment, therapy, community service, home supervision, graffiti abatement, anger management, consequential-thinking … Read more on The Atlantic

In California, Prop 47 has turned into a 'virtual get-out-of-jail-free card'
They gathered outside the courthouse in November for a celebration on Election Day, dozens of people wearing fake handcuffs and carrying handwritten signs. “End mass incarceration!” read one. “Justice not jail,” read another. California voters had just … Read more on Washington Post


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