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For two decades, criminal justice advocates have been talking up the idea of basing anticrime policy on scientific evidence. How much is it actually happening nationwide? That question was on the table Thursday at the American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting, held this year in Philadelphia. Criminologists...

The petition of the day is: Labor and Industry Review Commission of Wisconsin v. Coleman 17-579 Issue: Whether a magistrate judge has the authority to dismiss a pro se plaintiff’s frivolous or meritless lawsuit when the plaintiff has consented to the magistrate’s authority under 28 U.S.C. § 636(c)(1),...