Corporate Crime in the Age of Trump

The president’s pledge to do a “big number” on Dodd-Frank legislation won’t open the door to more financial chicanery. That door was never closed, says an expert on multinational corporate crime.

In Criminal Justice, the “Simple” Solutions Are Usually Wrong

Innocent citizens who have experienced the violent impact of systemic failures in criminal justice deserve better than analyses that focus “blame” on individual players. As the medical and aviation fields have long known, “who” failed is less important than “why” things failed.

Want to Reform Policing in Your City? Here’s How

As Donald Trump takes office after campaigning on a “law and order” agenda, police reformers will increasingly focus on pushing for change at local levels. Finding the mayors and city council members who can drive that change should be their top priority.

Why Do We Criminalize Young Victims of Sex Trafficking?

A California law effective this month bars prosecutors from charging minors with prostitution. But the practice of bringing juveniles who have been victims of commercial sexual exploitation into court happens more often than we would expect in many parts of the country.

Addiction and the Next Attorney General

The nation’s devastating opioid ftepidemic should be high on the list of topics raised at the confirmation hearings for AG-designate Jeff Sessions. Here’s how Sessions could rise to the challenge.