Results for: nonviolent+drug+offenders

US Reviews Clemency for Certain Inmates

Holder bringing personal perspective to Ferguson

Push for sentencing reform underway in Congress

Justice Dept dramatically expanding clemency use

Setback for drug and alcohol victims

Holder endorses proposed drug sentencing changes

Poll: Three-fourths of US says pot will be legal

Georgia execution halted at the last minute

Congress returns to work to do the bare minimum

Screaming inmates make LA rethink jailing mentally ill: Cities

Chicago Mayor Emanuel proposes decriminalizing pot in Illinois

Number of U.S. prisoners in for life climbs to new high

NJ gov signs overdose law, Bon Jovi applauds it

Prison report recommends drug and alcohol treatment

Obama plan aims to improve odds for minority boys

Brooklyn prosecutor emerges as a top candidate to lead U.S. Justice...

Gov. Beebe to pardon son over marijuana conviction

AG urges restoring voting rights to ex-inmates

Send indigenous offenders to rehab: report

Counties undermine prison efforts

Jails overcrowded to 'dangerous levels'

Homeless parolees weigh on California counties

US Attorney General Holder resigns

U.S. Attorney General Holder to step down, successor faces array of...

California prison crowding plan still falls short

Feds seek prison for rural Washington pot growers

Holder brings his civil rights push to Ferguson

Chief Magistrate takes aim at NT justice system

Cameron Douglas pens drug policy essay from jail

Poll: US marijuana legalization inevitable

Obama seeks inmates worthy of commutation power

Holder cautions against use of data in sentencing

Brooklyn calls off first-time pot prosecutions

Drug czar: Pot legalization won't change mission

Stars ask to help Obama change drug, jail policy

NY murder-rape suspect removed monitor quickly

Holder Endorses Drug Sentencing Changes

Panel supports early release for 46,000 drug felons

Sentencing changes sought for business crimes

Holder proposes changes in criminal justice system

Ed bill overshadows lengthy agenda for W.Va. gov