Media Clips

June 2019

KBIA: St. Louis-Area Leaders Want Action From Law Enforcement In Response to 2018 Vehicle Stops Report

AJ+: The Poor Go to Jail and the Rich Make Bail

 

May 2019

The Missouri Times: St. Louis-based nonprofit announces launch of updated ‘Know Your Rights’ guide

St. Louis American: ArchCity relaunches ‘Pro Se STL’ guides to police, courts and jails

St. Louis Public Radio: St. Louis Nonprofit Offers Updated Guide to Navigate Justice System

ProPublica: A Lawsuit Over Ferguson’s “Debtors Prisons” Drags On

 

April 2019

St. Louis Post Dispatch: Freedom at a price: Efforts to bail out the indigent under scrutiny after murder of St. Louis woman (cash bail suit mentioned)

RiverFront Times: Don’t Blame the Bail Project for Marcia Johnson’s Murder (bail suit mentioned)

St. Louis American: Links hosts Youth Political Empowerment Workshop

Johns Hopkins News-Letter: FAS hosts advocates for criminal justice reform

St. Louis Post Dispatch: Messenger: City leaders ‘feeling the heat’ as Close the Workhouse …

Harvard Law School News: Putting compassion into action

St. Louis American: Close the Workhouse campaign gains momentum

St. Louis American: President Reed: Help us ‘Close the Workhouse’ (Rev. Starsky Wilson op-ed)

 

March 2019

Missouri Lawyers Weekly: Dailey to lead ArchCity network

Essence: ‘Finding Justice’ on BET: A Conversation with Executive Producer Dream Hampton

BET: Finding Justice – Cash Bail – Season 1, Ep 2

BET: Finding Justice – Captain Melvin Diggs (Blake appearance)

St. Louis American: Mayor’s office, organization leaders write letters to St. Louis aldermen about the Workhouse

St. Louis American: Circuit attorney, public defender work together against pretrial detention

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Messenger: The math adds up, says head public defender in St. Louis –close the Workhouse

Investigative Post: A changing tide on license suspensions

 

February 2019

St. Louis AmericanFederal judge has opportunity to issue landmark ruling

RiverFront TimesPaying Bail in St. Louis? Better Have $45,000 Cash, on a Weekday

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Editorial: High cash bail without due process violates defendants’ fundamental rights

St. Louis Post-DispatchMessenger: In Missouri, the road to debtors’ prison starts with cash bail

RiverFront TimesTaking on Cash-Bail Policies, Missouri Supreme Court Aims to End Debtor’s Prisons

 

January 2019

KMOXArchCity Defenders Suing City of St. Louis Over Cash Bail System

WGEMLawsuit challenges St. Louis’ cash bail system

Missouri TimesArchCity Defenders, Georgetown Law, Advancement Project National Office, Civil Rights Corps file lawsuit, challenging St. Louis City cash bail system

JuristCity of St. Louis sued over cash bail system

U.S. News and World ReportLawsuit Challenges St. Louis’ Cash Bail System

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