At Least 61,000 Nationwide Are in Prison for Minor Parole Violations
The Marshall Project
April 23, 2017

“Among the millions of people incarcerated in the United States, a significant portion have long been thought to be parole violators, those who were returned to prison not for committing a crime but for failing to follow rules: missing an appointment with a parole officer, failing a urine test, or staying out past curfew.”

Read article

Get the newsletter