Duke’s Maher Underscores Importance of Public Defense in Governor’s Task Force Common Cause files brief in NC Supreme Court case challenging race discrimination in jury selection Asheville, Buncombe law enforcement […]
Archives for July 2020
National Consortium, of which NC CRED is a member, calls for removal of Confederate monuments from courthouses and public spaces
The longstanding and ongoing legacy of racial discrimination in jury selection is well documented in North Carolina.
Results of NC Study on Race and Gender in Traffic Stops 10 Ways To Reduce Our Reliance On Policing And Make Our Communities Safer For Everyone NC woman blocked from […]
Duke Center for Science and Justice Tracking Police Reform Legislation By State Asheville Police Calls: Roadmap for Defunding? Confessions of a Tough-on-Crime Progressive 4th Circuit spars over predictive policing; dissenter […]
Statue of former chief justice Thomas Ruffin to be removed from Court of Appeals building Gov Cooper announces appointees to Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice, includes NC […]
Data show racial disparity in NC justice system in black and white Failing Grades: States’ Responses to COVID-19 in Jails & Prisons Racial Justice Act ruling a victory for justice […]