Casey Tolan
Casey Tolan

Casey Tolan is a writer in New York and a journalism and research fellow with the Fair Punishment Project.

Trials and Error
May 1 2017 9:02 AMMandatory Minimums Don’t Make Us SaferMany states are realizing this and changing the rules. But district attorneys seem intent on blocking the progress.
Trials and Error
March 10 2017 4:52 PMOklahomans Voted to Make the State’s Criminal Justice System Less BarbaricWill legislators and district attorneys succeed in defying the will of people?
Trials and Error
March 29 2017 10:15 AMMaking Freedom FreeThe nation’s district attorneys have the power to end the cash bail system. Some of them have started using it.
Trials and Error
March 3 2017 2:03 PMAmerica’s Worst Sheriff Is GoneWill Joe Arpaio’s successor, Paul Penzone, do enough to reverse Maricopa County, Arizona’s horrific policies on immigration?