In the past few years, a new breed of district attorney in places like Chicago, Orlando and St. Louis have committed to making the American criminal justice system less punitive and more humane, Jessica Pishko writes for Slate. In many other locales, elected prosecutors have sensed the change in tides and adapted their message even as they’ve refused to scrap their outdated methods. These district . . .
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