We have just published in the Duke Law Journal, an empirical article that grew out of an earlier report analyzing driver’s license suspensions in North Carolina. The piece, by William Crozier and Brandon Garrett is: “Driven to Failure: An Empirical … Continue Reading →
Updated July 2. We aim to maintain a running repository of news coverage, court orders, filings, letters, and policy regarding North Carolina COVID-19 response in the criminal system. This resource collection was created by Deniz Ariturk, recent graduate of the … Continue Reading →
Anna Flagg and Joe Neff reporting in the Marshall Project and NYT Upshot – with wonderful jail churn data visualization:
Picture thousands of cruise ships jammed with guests but short on hand sanitizer, protective gear and medical care. Every week, … Continue Reading →
CSJ Director Brandon Garrett’s new piece in the Harvard Data Science Review, a comment on a new piece by Cynthia Rudin, Caroline Wang, and Beau Coker, titled “The Age of Secrecy and Unfairness in Recidivism Prediction.” An excerpt:
I write … Continue Reading →
We at the Wilson Center have been organizing Criminal Justice Works in Progress gatherings on Mondays on Zoom. Please let us know if you would like to join or present (email us at WCSJ@law.duke.edu).
Here is our schedule so far … Continue Reading →
Thomas Maher, who has taught criminal trial practice to Duke Law students for nearly 30 years, has joined the Duke Center for Science and Justice as executive director. (full story on the Duke Law website).
Maher practiced criminal defense law … Continue Reading →
The Duke Center for Science and Justice brings together faculty and students in law, medicine, public policy, and arts and sciences to pursue research, policy and law reform, and education improve criminal justice outcomes. cSJ… Continue Reading →