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California's Governor Sends Wake-Up Call to the State's Counties

California's Governor Sends Wake-Up Call to the State's Counties Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, January 9, 2012

The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller

The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, January 4, 2012

New Year, New Opportunities for Reform

New Year, New Opportunities for Reform California Progress Report, December 30, 2011

New Year, New Opportunities for Reform

New Year, New Opportunities for Reform Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, December 29, 2011

The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller

The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller Youth Today, December 19, 2011

Kid janitors don't solve poverty

Kid janitors don't solve poverty Politico, December 7, 2011

The De-incarceration of California's Juvenile Justice System

The De-incarceration of California's Juvenile Justice System Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, November 30, 2011

Wrong ideas: Curfews and Incarceration

Wrong ideas: Curfews and Incarceration Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, November 14, 2011

Selena Teji on the 58 cooks in California's juvenile justice kitchen

Selena Teji on the 58 cooks in California's juvenile justice kitchen Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, August 24, 2011

Selena Teji on California's Broken Juvenile Detention System

Selena Teji on California's Broken Juvenile Detention System Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, August 18, 2011

Daniel Macallair: A Fond Farewell to Allen Breed

Daniel Macallair: A Fond Farewell to Allen Breed Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, July 27, 2011

Getting the state out of juvenile justice

Getting the state out of juvenile justice Los Angeles Times, April 12, 2010

Column: Phoebe Prince, Bullying, and Me

Column: Phoebe Prince, Bullying, and Me The Boston Globe, April 9, 2010

The Myth of Mean Girls

The Myth of Mean Girls New York Times, April 1, 2010

Wasting Tax Dollars: Public Relations and the California Youth Corrections System

Wasting Tax Dollars: Public Relations and the California Youth Corrections System California Progress Report, April 1, 2010

Federal Courts to the Rescue: Fixing California's Broken Prison System

Federal Courts to the Rescue: Fixing California's Broken Prison System BeyondChron, August 20, 2009

Save the San Francisco Public Defender's Office

Save the San Francisco Public Defender's Office BeyondChron, June 22, 2009

Prop. 5 would fund innovative treatment for drug offenders

Prop. 5 would fund innovative treatment for drug offenders AlterNet, October 25, 2008 and San Francisco Chronicle, October 10, 2008

No on Proposition 6--A Special Interest Raid on California's Treasury

No on Proposition 6--A Special Interest Raid on California's Treasury California Progress Report, October 9, 2008

Guest Editorial: No on Proposition 6

Guest Editorial: No on Proposition 6 Beyond Chron, October 8, 2008

U.S. Among Harshest for Sentencing Children

U.S. Among Harshest for Sentencing Children

A Sentencing Commission for California?
A Sentencing Commission for California? San Diego Union Tribune, March 30, 2007
San Francisco Challenges: Statistics don't support official explanations for high black arrest rate

San Francisco Challenges: Statistics don't support official explanations for high black arrest rate San Francisco Chronicle, March 19, 2007

What a California Sentencing Commission Might Do
What a California Sentencing Commission Might Do California Progress Report, February 20, 2007
The decline of rape

The decline of rape Los Angeles Times, February 18, 2007

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