The Marshall Project

The Marshall Project The Marshall Project is a nonprofit news organization covering America’s criminal justice system.

Why The "Marshall" Project? Thurgood Marshall is an American hero. His work as a lawyer for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, including the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision, laid the groundwork for the modern U.S. civil rights movement. As the first African-American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, he was a persuasive advocate for a living and breathing Constitution that sees beyond the prejudices of revolutionary America. If Marshall were alive, I have no doubt that he would place criminal justice reform high among the urgent priorities of today’s civil rights movement, and that his would be a powerful voice for change. It is for these reasons that I chose to name The Marshall Project in his honor. — Neil Barsky, founder of The Marshall Project

Mission: The Marshall Project is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization that seeks to create and sustain a sense of national urgency about the U.S. criminal justice system. We achieve this through award-winning journalism, partnerships with other news outlets and public forums. In all of our work we strive to educate and enlarge the audience of people who care about the state of criminal justice.

Our journalism focuses on a criminal justice system in crisis and:✔️ Establishes facts✔️ Exposes failures✔️ Examines sol...
07/29/2020
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The Marshall Project is a nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system.

Across the country, dozens of prisons take their names from racists, Confederates, plantations, segregationists, and own...
07/29/2020
Will The Reckoning Over Racist Names Include These Prisons?

Across the country, dozens of prisons take their names from racists, Confederates, plantations, segregationists, and owners of slaves.

But while the killing of George Floyd has galvanized support for tearing down statues and renaming buildings, the renewed push for change hasn’t touched the prison system yet.

Many prisons, especially in the South, are named after racist officials and former plantations.

In a Missouri town, the horrors of the local jail were an open secret, until a young man died and his family fought back...
07/29/2020
Your Local Jail May Be A House of Horrors

In a Missouri town, the horrors of the local jail were an open secret, until a young man died and his family fought back.

New at The Marshall Project and Riverfront Times, Maurice Chammah recounts the reckoning.

But you probably wouldn’t know it, since sheriffs rule them with little accountability. After one man's death in a notorious lockup, residents of a Missouri town fought back.

Our summer membership drive is here and for the next 48 hours, every new donation is matched!The Marshall Project establ...
07/28/2020
Support Us

Our summer membership drive is here and for the next 48 hours, every new donation is matched!

The Marshall Project establishes facts, exposes failures and examines solutions for a criminal justice system in crisis. If you believe in what we do, become a member today.

The Marshall Project is a nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system.

An oral history of the first federal execution under Donald Trump, as told by victims’ relatives, prison staff, and othe...
07/27/2020
Witnesses to the Execution

An oral history of the first federal execution under Donald Trump, as told by victims’ relatives, prison staff, and others.

An oral history of the first federal execution under Donald Trump, as told by victims’ relatives, prison staff, and others.

In a new story for The Marshall Project and Slate.com, Keri Blakinger and Maurice Chammah interview victims’ relatives, ...
07/24/2020
Witnesses to the Execution

In a new story for The Marshall Project and Slate.com, Keri Blakinger and Maurice Chammah interview victims’ relatives, prisoners, staff, and witnesses to compile an oral history of the first federal execution under Trump.

The federal government had executed just three men in the last half-century, until earlier this month when the Trump administration carried out three executions in one week. Daniel Lee’s death on July 14th marked the first federal execution in more than 17 years.

An oral history of the first federal execution under Donald Trump, as told by victims’ relatives, prison staff, and others.

Olympia, Washington is sending civilian “crisis responders” to some 911 calls that used to bring police. Our reporter ri...
07/24/2020
This City Stopped Sending Police to Every 911 Call

Olympia, Washington is sending civilian “crisis responders” to some 911 calls that used to bring police. Our reporter rides along.

Riding along with the civilian “crisis responders” of Olympia, Washington.

"All of us on the inside have cried out like that in one way or another. We are all George Floyd."
07/24/2020
“We Are All George Floyd”

"All of us on the inside have cried out like that in one way or another. We are all George Floyd."

Protesters have started to change the way we think about law enforcement. Will it trickle into prisons?

We updated our tracker of prison visitation rules. Eight corrections systems around the country now allow visitors again...
07/23/2020
How Prisons in Each State Are Restricting Visits Due to Coronavirus

We updated our tracker of prison visitation rules. Eight corrections systems around the country now allow visitors again after spring lockdowns. Twenty-six states still have restrictions and 18 others are closed off entirely.

As COVID-19 spread earlier this year, prison facilities across the country suspended visits from family and lawyers. Several months into the pandemic, some states are easing those restrictions. We’...

For decades, cities have tried to change the cultures of their police departments, bringing in progressive chiefs and ma...
07/22/2020
One Roadblock to Police Reform: Veteran Officers Who Train Recruits

For decades, cities have tried to change the cultures of their police departments, bringing in progressive chiefs and mandating programs to teach officers to become more compassionate and less violent.

Field training officers—cops like Derek Chauvin who train rookies on the job— are a big reason problems persist, according to current and former police leaders, academics and even the U.S. Justice Department.

In fact, training officers were involved in several of the deaths that have prompted nationwide protests since 2014. A field trainer was involved in the killing of Tamir Rice in Cleveland and the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.

Read our latest investigation, in partnership with NBC News.

Field trainers "are part of the old guard of the department. They teach the old way of doing things."

In 1974, Johnie Miller killed Freddie Farah in a grocery store hold up.On April 20, 2018, Freddie’s son Bobby Farah, Fre...
07/21/2020
They Agreed to Meet Their Mother’s Killer. Then Tragedy Struck Again.

In 1974, Johnie Miller killed Freddie Farah in a grocery store hold up.

On April 20, 2018, Freddie’s son Bobby Farah, Freddie’s wife, Nadya and his daughter Loraine sat down with Miller.

Bobby dug into his pocket and pulled out a bullet.

He slid the bullet across the table toward Miller and looked him in the eye. “This small piece of metal changed the whole course of our lives,” he said.

Amid nationwide calls to radically reimagine justice, a Florida prosecutor is doing the nearly unprecedented: attempting restorative justice in murder cases. If Florida were a country, it would have the highest incarceration rate in the world. Can restorative justice offer a different path forward—even for the most violent crimes?

Read our latest collaboration with The Atlantic.

A Florida family opted for restorative justice over the death penalty for the man who murdered their mom. What happened next made them question the very meaning of justice.

With the most murders in Florida—and one of the highest incarceration rates in the South—Jacksonville is an unlikely pla...
07/21/2020
They Agreed to Meet Their Mother’s Killer. Then Tragedy Struck Again.

With the most murders in Florida—and one of the highest incarceration rates in the South—Jacksonville is an unlikely place to find a merciful response to homicide.

This is the story of a prosecutor, a family and the struggle for restorative justice.

A Florida family opted for restorative justice over the death penalty for the man who murdered their mom. What happened next made them question the very meaning of justice.

Could social distancing make detectives better interviewers—and reduce the chance of coercion and abuse? New at The Mars...
07/20/2020
Your Zoom Interrogation Is About To Start

Could social distancing make detectives better interviewers—and reduce the chance of coercion and abuse? New at The Marshall Project, Eli Hager reports on police interviews in the era of COVID-19 and how some experts think it could bring much-needed change to the interrogation room.

COVID-19 is changing how police question suspects and witnesses—for the better, some argue.

"'You’re killing an innocent man,' Lee said, looking directly at me." A reporter reflects on witnessing two executions l...
07/20/2020
One reporter, two executions and haunting last words

"'You’re killing an innocent man,' Lee said, looking directly at me." A reporter reflects on witnessing two executions last week—the first carried out by the federal government in 17 years.

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Daniel Lewis Lee, a condemned man and convicted murderer, was asked if he wanted to make a final statement from the execution chamber, with its institutional green-tiled...

"My name is Billie J. Allen, and I'm one of the men on federal death row at Terre Haute in Indiana. I have been here for...
07/17/2020
A Dispatch From Federal Death Row

"My name is Billie J. Allen, and I'm one of the men on federal death row at Terre Haute in Indiana. I have been here for over 23 years. For the past 17, there have been no federal executions. Until now."

Days before Daniel Lewis Lee became the first federal prisoner executed in 17 years, fellow death row resident Billie J. Allen wrote about the shared terror of wondering who’s next.

We just updated our state-by-state tracker of COVID-19 infections and deaths in prison. New cases among the incarcerated...
07/17/2020
A State-by-State Look at Coronavirus in Prisons

We just updated our state-by-state tracker of COVID-19 infections and deaths in prison. New cases among the incarcerated reached an all-time high this week. Published in collaboration with Associated Press.

The Marshall Project is collecting data on COVID-19 infections in state and federal prisons. See how the virus has affected correctional facilities where you live.

The number of people in prison fell by over 100,000 between March and June. But it's not because of efforts to release v...
07/16/2020
Prison Populations Drop by 100,000 During Pandemic

The number of people in prison fell by over 100,000 between March and June. But it's not because of efforts to release vulnerable prisoners during the pandemic. The Marshall Project and the Associated Press dig into what's driving the drop.

But not because of COVID-19 releases.

A 15-year-old girl didn’t do her online schoolwork during the pandemic, a condition of her probation. A Michigan judge s...
07/15/2020
A Teenager Didn’t Do Her Online Schoolwork. So a Judge Sent Her to Juvenile Detention.

A 15-year-old girl didn’t do her online schoolwork during the pandemic, a condition of her probation. A Michigan judge sent her to juvenile detention in the middle of a pandemic, ProPublica Illinois reports.

A 15-year-old in Michigan was incarcerated during the coronavirus pandemic after a judge ruled that not completing her schoolwork violated her probation. “It just doesn’t make any sense,” said the girl’s mother.

In an unsigned ruling, a divided Supreme Court authorized the resumption of federal executions Tuesday.
07/14/2020
Supreme Court Lifts Block on Federal Execution

In an unsigned ruling, a divided Supreme Court authorized the resumption of federal executions Tuesday.

A district court in Washington, D.C., had put the execution of Daniel Lewis Lee on hold hours before it was to be carried out. The Supreme Court cleared the way in an unsigned ruling.

It took three days for guards to find the body of Silvino Núñez in his Texas prison cell—even though the facility was on...
07/13/2020
How Long Can You Hide a Dead Body in a Prison Cell?

It took three days for guards to find the body of Silvino Núñez in his Texas prison cell—even though the facility was on COVID lockdown.

Mental-health problems, short staffing plague a Texas lockup in COVID lockdown.

Richard Midkiff spent decades behind bars for a crime he committed at 19. He transformed himself inside and was released...
07/12/2020
A Year After Prison, He Has a Job, a Fiancée—And a Week Left of Freedom

Richard Midkiff spent decades behind bars for a crime he committed at 19. He transformed himself inside and was released last year. Now a dispute over his decades-old plea deal could send him back to prison.

Richard Midkiff spent 23 years behind bars. A dispute over his decades-old plea deal could send him back for 15 more.

As of July 7, there were over 57,000 total coronavirus cases in prisons around the country, and at least 616 deaths, an ...
07/11/2020
A State-by-State Look at Coronavirus in Prisons

As of July 7, there were over 57,000 total coronavirus cases in prisons around the country, and at least 616 deaths, an increase of 6 percent from last week. A big jump, too, in the number of prison workers with COVID-19 positives.

The Marshall Project is collecting data on COVID-19 infections in state and federal prisons. See how the virus has affected correctional facilities where you live.

"I’m a Cambodian-American from Long Beach, California. But to a prison system that limits its population categories to '...
07/10/2020
I Am Not Your “Other”

"I’m a Cambodian-American from Long Beach, California. But to a prison system that limits its population categories to 'Black,' 'White' and 'Hispanic,' I’m the race version of a misfit toy."

I’m a Cambodian-American from Long Beach, California. But to a prison system that limits its population categories to “Black,” “White” and “Hispanic,” I’m the race version of a misfit toy.

Nowhere in the federal prison system has the coronavirus pandemic been as deadly as at the giant Butner complex outside ...
07/10/2020
Freed From Prison, Dead from COVID-19, Not Even Counted

Nowhere in the federal prison system has the coronavirus pandemic been as deadly as at the giant Butner complex outside Durham, North Carolina. "If a local jail did the things they do at Butner, federal officials would come and lock people up."

Our reporting exposes injustice and examines solutions for a criminal justice system in crisis. To support our journalism, please consider a donation to The Marshall Project today.

A new visual investigation at The Marshall Project and the New York Times reveals how unsafe conditions and scattershot ...
07/10/2020
How ICE Exported the Coronavirus

A new visual investigation at The Marshall Project and the New York Times reveals how unsafe conditions and scattershot testing helped turn ICE into a domestic and global spreader of the coronavirus.

A visual investigation reveals how Immigration and Customs Enforcement became a domestic and global spreader of COVID-19.

Our contributing writer Julia Preston breaks down the immigration proposals announced Wednesday by a joint policy task f...
07/10/2020
Biden Inches Leftward On Immigration

Our contributing writer Julia Preston breaks down the immigration proposals announced Wednesday by a joint policy task force between presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and former presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.

A task force designed to forge unity and turn out Sanders voters proposes ambitious rollback of Trump policies.

By a 5-4 vote, Thursday's Supreme Court decision could reshape criminal justice in eastern Oklahoma by preventing state ...
07/09/2020
Supreme Court Rules Nearly Half of Oklahoma Is Indian Reservation

By a 5-4 vote, Thursday's Supreme Court decision could reshape criminal justice in eastern Oklahoma by preventing state authorities from prosecuting Native Americans.

The 5-4 decision could reshape criminal justice in eastern Oklahoma by preventing state authorities from prosecuting Native Americans

Overall crime is down 5.3 percent in 25 large U.S. cities relative to the same period last year, The Upshot reports, wit...
07/08/2020
It’s Been ‘Such a Weird Year.’ That’s Also Reflected in Crime Statistics.

Overall crime is down 5.3 percent in 25 large U.S. cities relative to the same period last year, The Upshot reports, with violent crime down 2 percent. But murder in these same cities is up 16.1 percent.

"This is such a weird year in so many dimensions," said one researcher.

In large cities across America, murders are up sharply, while other violent crimes have decreased.

New at The Marshall Project: Kathryn Joyce reports on the controversial idea of “parental alienation.” Though hotly disp...
07/08/2020
She Said Her Husband Hit Her. She Lost Custody of Their Kids

New at The Marshall Project: Kathryn Joyce reports on the controversial idea of “parental alienation.” Though hotly disputed by the psychological establishment, it’s become a common tactic in custody disputes—and may often obscure domestic violence or child abuse.

How reporting domestic violence works against women in family court.

Legalizing marijuana is overwhelmingly popular. So why won’t presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden embrace the idea? ...
07/06/2020
The Marijuana Superweapon Biden Refuses to Use

Legalizing marijuana is overwhelmingly popular. So why won’t presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden embrace the idea? The Atlantic investigates.

Legalizing marijuana is extremely popular. So why won’t Joe Biden embrace the idea?

Lawyers for Breonna Taylor's family alleged that the slain 26-year-old's shooting was the result of a Louisville police ...
07/06/2020
Breonna Taylor warrant connected to Louisville gentrification plan, lawyers say

Lawyers for Breonna Taylor's family alleged that the slain 26-year-old's shooting was the result of a Louisville police department operation to clear out a block as part of a major gentrification project.

The complaint claims Breonna Taylor got wrapped up in a case that was less about a drug house and more about speeding up the city's development.

The recent #BlackLivesMatter protests may have been the largest movement in the country’s history, The New York Times re...
07/04/2020
Black Lives Matter May Be the Largest Movement in U.S. History

The recent #BlackLivesMatter protests may have been the largest movement in the country’s history, The New York Times reports.

Four recent polls suggest anywhere from 15 to 26 million people participated at some point.

Recent polls suggest that about 15 million to 26 million people in the U.S. have participated in recent protests.

"Keri Blakinger, a Houston-based reporter at The Marshall Project who was arrested in 2010 on charges of heroin possessi...
07/04/2020
The Mug Shot, a Crime Story Staple, Is Dropped by Some Newsrooms and Police

"Keri Blakinger, a Houston-based reporter at The Marshall Project who was arrested in 2010 on charges of heroin possession and has written about her humiliation at seeing her mug shot disseminated, said the shift represented a 'collective step' toward allowing people to put their pasts behind them.

'We say we are a society that believes in rehabilitation and second chances,' she said in an email. 'And publishing internet mug shots — of people who aren’t convicted and haven’t even had a first chance — was always at odds with that.'"

The San Francisco Police Department said it would no longer release mug shots because they reinforce racial biases, joining a growing movement by newspapers and broadcasters to curtail their use.

Clint Lorance was convicted of second-degree murder for war crimes he committed in Afghanistan. He had served six years ...
07/03/2020
He was convicted of murder, then pardoned by Trump. His troops suffered a different fate.

Clint Lorance was convicted of second-degree murder for war crimes he committed in Afghanistan. He had served six years when Trump, spurred to action by relentless Fox News coverage, set him free. The Washington Post reports on the fate of his platoon.

Army officer Clint Lorance became a hero on Fox News and was later pardoned by Trump. For the forgotten men of 1st Platoon, it's a crushing betrayal.

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Olympia WA is showing how defunding police may start in a good way. Stop sending armed police to every 911 call when there are better options available.
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There are Way more Good People in Law Enforcement and Gov. than Bad,,, But the Bad ones Need to Go... Great time for Reform...!!! I got certified as a private investigator years ago when this attack on my life first started, They said i couldn't use my own research statements in court unless i was a private investigator. they pulled me over for my first speeding in my life ticket, with no criminal record. it cost me $4,700.00 since they lied and said it was high speed chase and alluding. i already owned 12 rentals, wich my uncle and Grandfather helped me purchase, and i was basicly retired at 33 years old... $10,000 dollar bond and 2400 to a lawyer. The judge proved they lied about the high speed chase and alluding, but i still had already paid huge. I have never been a drug dealerand am not a drug attic, and still have no criminal record Wed 9:09 AM >>>>Corruption has become one of the biggest threats to our nation>>> A 17 Year old girl talked back to local drug enforcement saying she had seen them collecting money from the dealers that they run....??? Two weeks later she gets her head blown off by multiple shooters... The main investigator Quote::takes all the evidence to his personal residence, and forgets about it, then gets a new home takes the evidence to his new home and forgets about it again... then sees it and puts it in his personal storage and forgets about it again, and also forgot to make the payment on the storage unit... Oops again...wasn;t that important..?? no big deal...??? How is that possible to forget such a horrible crime...??? No one called to see if it was ok to let their children outside...??? no one called to see if the multiple murderers were identified...??? no one checked to see how the investigation was going...?? no one bothered to offer to help the investigation...??? I believe this to be the most obvious cover up i have ever heard of.... ??? Corruption at its peak...??? ps.. after this discovery he gets early Retirement...??? Nice reward for selective Amnesia...??? Here is a basic outline of what i believe happened to me, and of course, I believe that they have done much more damage to my life than this. I believe that they have every intention of destroying my life, in retaliation, for my letters to the President Congressmen, Senators, and The Supreme Court >>> That caused the supreme Court to rule against this type of policing... They even raised my property tax times 4, and said it was an accident..??? Amazing...!!! My letters to The President, Congressmen Senators and the Supreme Court... Got their attention on this and a Unanimous" Vote to stop this Nationwide abuse of authority...Amen...!!! There are way more Good people in Gov. and Law Enforcement than bad... God Bless all the Good people out there, so That We can make a "Positive difference in the Country... GOD BLESS AMERICA...!!! I have a great idea for a movie...."Please let me know what you think"...If you can "Please send this to a Movie Director, Or if you are interested, let me know ...This could be an award winning film, and I think you would be a Great actress for this film as well..... 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They pullover his new girl friend and she is taken to the local Hospital unconscious, and wakes up screaming, Then is injected with chemical restraints and they brutally kick her to death, then leave her in hospital bed ready to be taken to morgue. 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No Peace No Justice!!! Would like more i formation about what this Marshall Project is working on in USA.
They lost me on the effectiveness of masks when they released prisoners instead of just giving them masks.
Read this. Come on TX!!!!
these charges were fabricated against me for speaking out this is part of the reason good cops do nothing in fear of job loss or worse jail.
Just read Kathryn Joyce's article on how reporting domestic violence works against women in family Court, and I must say this is an anomaly. In fact, my experience is listening to the attorneys laugh about how family court is the "preponderance of the perjury". I watched my ex completely fabricate and perjury herself with no one blinking an eye. Google divorce for men and you get 16 million sites for women and the game plan: lie about abuse and tie his hands. It's absurd to think a woman will EVER be penalized in family court, when it's completely stacked on their favor. I found her article almost impossible to have happened. Especially, when I know for a fact, that the opposite is true. Having said that, I have enjoyed other articles and feel she is a great writer. I just think she needs to research more. There are more women with narcissistic borderline personality disorders, along with morally corrupt attorneys, that have destroyed our family courts and turned then into meat grinders that have been destroying American families. That's the story she needs to write.
Ok y’all, do y’all have any of those attorneys numbers for the COVID-19 thing for TDCJ. I can’t remember what it’s called. My daughters father in law is on life support and the chaplain just called them and the warden gave them clearance to call him even tho he’s on life support and unresponsive.
Tell me why Bibb county probation officers took my husband in to the jail this morning knowing he been exposed to coronavirus for a simple no harm to anyone probation violation n they tricked him with false information to get him to go down there n was aware that that today was his father funeral. Who do report them to ? The jail refugee to take him n he was sung
Hello Marshall Project team- love your articles and updates. So relevant! Thank you for your advocacy.