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What is evidence of effective criminal justice policy
From today's Times Online: Evidence, of course, is the business of the courts, which must use it to decide on guilt or innocence. When it comes to sentencing, however, the legal system is often an evidence-free zone. A case in point is the Drug Treatment...
Is the criminal justice system racist?
Heather Mac Donald says no in an interesting piece in today's City Journal. The black incarceration rate is overwhelmingly a function of black crime. Insisting otherwise only worsens black alienation and further defers a real solution to the black...