ACLU pushing “smart justice values” on election day in Philadelphia

Ex-offenders get out the vote for Philly DA race

“One more day.” Just hours before the polls opened Tuesday, Nick Pressley gave out his marching orders to a group of canvassers wearing blue T-shirts. The group was gathered on the 15th floor of a Center City office building, just one block from the Philadelphia district attorney’s office.

Deaf inmates need criminal justice reform and resources

Philadelphia jails are failing deaf inmates. Here’s what advocacy groups are doing about it – Generocity Philly

In Sept. 2011, officers from the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) found 20-year-old “Mr. Lee” in the passenger seat of a stolen vehicle. Officers arrested him and drove him to the 15th District Precinct in the Mayfair neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia. During the ordeal, Mr. Lee’s glasses fell off and were discarded.