Brandon Buskey works for the Criminal Law Reform Project at the ACLU.
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Friday, January 15, 2016
Justice Has a Waiting List in New Orleans
“Take a number.” Though rarely pleasant words to hear, you tolerate them from a teller at the DMV or your butcher the day before the Fourth of July. They are not words you would ever expect to hear from your attorney if you have been accused of a crime. But that’s essentially what the New Orleans...
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Pushed into Homelessness by Their Own Government
On the outskirts of Florida's Miami-Dade County, dozens of individuals formerly convicted of sexual offenses live as exiles on an abandoned strip of land near a railroad track. The area has no shelter from the elements, no running water, and no bathrooms. The most fortunate inhabitants of this...