- Lynching in America: Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror
Based on multi-year investigation into terror lynchings of African Americans from 1877 and 1950 in twelve Southern states, documents hundreds more lynchings than historians previously recorded, describes how lynchings were terrorism, and calls for public acknowledgment of racial terror lynching and its legacy.
- Slavery in America: The Montgomery Slave Trade
Documents American slavery and Montgomery's prominent role in the domestic slave trade.
- All Children Are Children: Challenging Abusive Punishment of Juveniles
Outlines new reforms that aid children caught in the American criminal justice system and the work that remains to be done.
- The Death Penalty in Alabama: Judge Override
Documents Alabama's unique and arbitrary practice of permitting elected trial judges to override jury life verdicts and impose death sentences.
- Illegal Racial Discrimination in Jury Selection: A Continuing Legacy
Details ongoing problem of racial bias in jury selection.
- Cruel and Unusual: Sentencing 13- and 14-Year-Old Children to Die in Prison
EJI report documents 73 cases where 13- and 14-year-old children in the United States have been tried as adults and sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
- Criminal Justice Reform in Alabama: A Report and Analysis of Criminal Justice Issues in Alabama, Part One
149-page report addressing sentencing, probation, prison conditions and parole in Alabama.
- Confronting Mass Imprisonment and Restoring Fairness to Collateral Review of Criminal Cases
Article by Bryan Stevenson discusses how mass incarceration has fundamentally changed the administration of criminal justice in the United States and discussing growing evidence that the dramatic rise in the number of people being sent to prison has resulted in an extraordinary increase in the number of wrongful convictions, illegal sentences, and unjust imprisonments.