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People Make Change (Data Helps)

09 Jan 2018

In 2009, Google embarked on a study to answer a simple question: Does management matter? For a company that prided itself on recruiting the best and brightest, with the notion that most problems could be solved with more technically skilled

The Poorest—and Their Children—Pay the Highest Price

19 Dec 2017

This time of year has many of us thinking about the children in our lives, even more so than usual. Holidays have much to do with kids, to share a sense of joy and wonder and to create memories with

Lessons from Utah

05 Dec 2017

As any reasonably educated fifth-grader will tell you, our form of government relies upon a system of checks and balances between the executive, judiciary, and legislative branches. As part of that system, the judiciary is allowed to set its own

Feedback on The State of Pretrial Justice in America

20 Nov 2017

By Cherise Fanno Burdeen

Two weeks ago PJI released The State of Pretrial Justice in America, a nationwide report card measuring each state’s—and America’s—progress toward safe, fair, and effective pretrial justice. Our goal in issuing this report was to stimulate

A Third of States are Failing on Pretrial Justice, says New Report

01 Nov 2017

For Immediate Release: November 1, 2017

Contact: Fiona Druge, Fiona.Druge@berlinrosen.com, (646) 755-6126
While Nation Gets a “D” on Pretrial Justice, Several States Show Promise of Reform
Washington, DC – A new report released today by the Pretrial Justice Institute (PJI)