President Obama’s re-election hasn’t changed the fact that the nation remains divided along party lines. However, there is one important part of his agenda where there seems to be common ground and that is in fixing the nation’s broken criminal justice system. Americans from all parts of the political spectrum are ready to take a more pragmatic approach to justice issues that once divided the country. How will the second Obama Administration take advantage of this shift?
- Lessons from Criminal Justice Reform for Immigration Detention (lawprofessors.typepad.com)
- Reform advice for Prez Obama’s second term at The Crime Report (sentencing.typepad.com)