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We’re Putting the Death Penalty on Trial in Kansas

In an unprecedented evidentiary hearing, the court will consider a critical question: If the death penalty is racially discriminatory, arbitrary, and serves no valid public safety purpose, does it violate the Kansas Constitution?

February 7, 2023

One Week, Two Cases to Make History

As we fight for civil liberties in Kansas, we often find ourselves at the crossroads of history—that’s where progress is made. Next week is a double dose; on Monday we begin two major trials that have deep implications for what we allow from law enforcement and our criminal legal system.

January 27, 2023 Criminal Legal Reform