Populism, Pluralism, and Criminal Justice

The story that James Forman Jr. tells in his superb book, Locking Up Our Own,[1] is local and nuanced. Forman explains that mass incarceration resulted from many small decisions made in many different places.[2] Although all of those decisions were shaped by the legacies of racism and racial oppression, Forman shows that mass incarceration was […]

Too Much Information: How Not to Think About Privacy and the Fourth Amendment

David Alan Sklansky just in the sense that the explosive growth of digitized informationrequires rethinking traditional rules of search and seizure, but alsoand more importantly in the sense that a preoccupation with dataflows has led to the neglect of important dimensions of privacy. Thereis no doubt that the control of personal information is an importantvalue […]