In the United States, many punishments don't end when your sentence does. Below is some of our key research and advocacy fighting for criminal justice policies that are proportional, that are fair and that make it easier for formerly incarcerated people to succeed.
This report led to Massachusetts to end the practice of automatically suspending the driver licenses of people who commit drug offenses unrelated to driving. We are now turning our attention to the remaining states with this counterproductive law.
In 2000, Massachusetts amended its constitution in 2000 to deny incarcerated people the right to vote. We provided the first analysis of how many people lost their right to vote and the racial disparity inherent in this regressive law.