Sorted by Date

Zero Tolerance: How States Comply with PREA’s Youthful Inmate Standard
By Carmen E. Daugherty, Campaign for Youth Justice
December 2015

Restoring Justice: A Blueprint for Ensuring Fairness, Safety, and Supportive Treatment of LGBT Youth in the Juvenile Justice System
By Aisha C. Moodie-Mills and Christina Gilbert, Center for American Progress and The Equity Project
December 2014

Sticker Shock: Calculating the Full Price Tag for Youth Incarceration
Justice Policy Institute
December 2014

Life Goes On: The Historic Rise in Life Sentences in America
The Sentencing Project
September 2013

Gideon at 50: Three Reforms to Revive the Right to Counsel
Brennan Center for Justice
April 2013

Common Ground: Lessons Learned from Five States that Reduced Juvenile Confinement by More than Half
Justice Policy Institute
February 2013

The State of Sentencing 2012: Developments in Policy and Practice
The Sentencing Project
January 2013

Advances in Juvenile Justice Reform: 2009-2011
National Juvenile Justice Network
July 2012

Cruel and Unusual: U.S. Sentencing Practices in a Global Context
University of San Francisco School of Law
May 2012

The Lives of Juvenile Lifers: Findings from a National Survey
Ashley Nellis, The Sentencing Project
March 2012

Against All Odds: Prison Conditions for Youth Offenders Serving Life without Parole Sentences in the United States
Human Rights Watch
January 2012

Defending Childhood
Attorney General’s National Taskforce on Children Exposed to Violence

You’re an Adult Now: Youth in the Adult Criminal Justice System
National Institute of Corrections
December 2011

Moving Beyond Sides: The Power and Potential of a New Public Safety Policy Paradigm
Partnership for Safety and Justice
December 2011

A Just Alternative to Sentencing Youth to Life in Prison Without the Possibility of Parole
American Constitution Society, Jody Kent and Beth Colgan
March 2010

Cruel & unusual: Sentencing 13 and 14 year old children to die in prison
Equal Justice Initiative
November 2007

The rest of their lives: Life without parole for child offenders in the United States
Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch