Playing the Long Game: Improving Criminal Justice in Texas

This publication, from The CSG Justice Center, chronicles the many criminal justice reforms that the Texas legislature has enacted over the past 30 years that shape policy through data analysis; focus on people with mental illnesses in the justice system; and improve distinct components of the system, from indigent defense to parole.

April 2016 | The Council of State Governments Justice Center
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