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Photos of the cell where David Sesson and Bernard Simmons were housed in Menard Correctional Center's solitary wing. The cell is 4'8"-by-10'8", which is smaller than a parking spot. Rotate the model to see the space at every angle.

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Dozens of small, local municipal agencies handle policing in parts of St. Louis County. The St. Louis County Police Department covers areas not policed by the “munis,” including the city of Jennings, Mo. The DARKER AREAS in the map show the areas within their jurisdiction that HunchLab has identified as high risk.

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The NUMBER of people sentenced as juveniles to life without parole are high in southern California, Michigan, and especially Philadelphia. The number PER 100,000 reveals high rates throughout the midwest, particularly in Missouri and Louisiana.

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The NUMBER of people sentenced as juveniles to life without parole are high in southern California, Michigan, and especially Philadelphia. The number PER 100,000 reveals high rates throughout the midwest, particularly in Missouri and Louisiana.

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The U.S. incarcerates more than 2.2 million people. Germany incarcerates more than 60,000. Advocates of reform on the left and right have pointed to the lost economic and human potential caused by high rates of incarceration.

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Nearly every state, even those that have abolished parole, have parole boards. But the power of those boards, and the proportion of inmates that they oversee, varies widely.

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illie Horton. The name is enough to make a politician blanch. Ever since 1988, when the George H. W. Bush presidential campaign machine wielded the Horton horror story against his Democratic rival, the threat of being “Willie Horton’ed” has shaped the politics of crime and punishment. “The ghost of Willie Horton has loomed over any conversation about sentencing reform for over 30 years,” says Sen. Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill., co-sponsor of one such proposal.

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Looking back, we know quite a bit about who has been put to death in the United States. We know that the last person to be executed was Roderick Nunley, who died eight days ago from lethal injection in Missouri. We have records that show he was the 1,414th person to have been executed since 1976. In fact, since executions resumed that year following a four-year suspension imposed by the Supreme Court, we know many specifics including race, age, sex and other information about those who have paid the ultimate price for their crimes.

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From fingerprinting to DNA to cell phone records, what technology spawns sooner or later makes its way into criminal proceedings as evidence. More recently, the Internet has added its novelties to the courtroom repertoire: sexts, emails, tweets.

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In anticipation of the president’s speech, the Marshall Project reviewed every State of the Union address — 228 of them, before last night — to see how former presidents have discussed the criminal justice system. As with any text analysis, the science isn’t perfect, and the ways in which leaders characterize the criminal justice system shifts over time (current buzzwords like “recidivism,” “mass incarceration,” and “juvenile justice” have never been used in a single State of the Union speech). But the results offer an interesting window into the history of crime, drug policy, and policing in this country.

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