The Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy will continue tracking the impact of these alarming criminal-law trends in Ohio and other states in an effort to raise awareness of this grave threat to individual liberty and states' rights.
New Podcast: Federal overcriminalization hurts Ohioans
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- A better solution to prison overcrowding
- Whose Intent is it Anyway? The Case for State Flexibility in Criminal Law
- Mac Donald on post-Zimmerman verdict
- Recklessly Jailing Bankers
- Aaron Hernandez and obstruction of justice?
- Defining 'responsible': If President Obama were a CEO?
- House Judiciary establishes bipartisan task force to take on overcriminalization
- Are big-bank prosecutions following in the troubled footsteps of FCPA enforcement?
- Opponents of mass incarceration may have an unlikely friend in "Broken Windows."
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- "Ham Sandwich Nation: Due Process When Everything is a Crime"
- Committing bribery without knowing it
- New Report: The world's policeman in FCPA enforcement
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