Our policies and intuitions when it comes to policing guns and alcohol appear inconsistent. Are there justifications we can give?
The use of predictive policing asks us to consider what it might mean to police better and smarter.
The message sent by the Cosby saga is one we can ill-afford to let go unchallenged.
The relationship between guardians and their charges raises important questions; representing the interests of others is often fraught with peril.
In what circumstances could revenge porn ever be considered protected speech?
Does the state have a compelling interest in stifling some individuals' freedom of expression?
Mounting evidence questions the efficacy of disciplinary programs and the balancing of child and parental rights.
The justice system's growing reliance on artificial intelligence threatens to remove human sensibility from sentencing.
Should departments really be in the business of policing their officers' off-duty behavior?
Can the lengths the law goes to hide institutional actors from public accountability be morally justified?