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The Problem

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The United States incarcerates its citizens more than any other country. Mass incarceration disproportionately impacts the poor and people of color and does not make us safer but more divided.

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American Justice

Have you ever felt you're just a cog in the machine? That the justice system is a big, complicated machine that you'll never understand? We're all governed by a system that's much bigger than any of us. With information and a new understanding of the inner workings, we can see the system more clearly and maybe even make a difference.

More than half of federal inmates are incarcerated under mandatory minimum sentencing. There is no correlated increase in public safety.

In America prisons are being packed because prosecutors are coercing plea deals. And, yes, it’s totally legal. American fearsome array of tools they can and do use to discourage people from exercising their right to a jury trial.

The 1994 Crime Bill not only increased the number and lenght of incarcerations, but more funding went into building jails and prisons. Also, the possibility of early release was reduced. These measures led to a disproportionate number of incarcerations among African-American men.

Our youth and the future of our society is at stake! Despite making up close to 5% of the global population, the U.S. has more than 20% of the world’s prison population. Since 1970, our incarcerated population has increased by 500% – 2 million people in jail and prison today, far outpacing population growth and crime.

Citizens Feel Legal Services are too Expensive to Obtain

According to Legal Services Corporation, 71% of low-income households experienced at least one civil legal problem in the last year, including problems with health care, housing conditions, disability access, veterans’ benefits, and domestic violence. In the past year, 86% of the civil legal problems reported by low-income Americans received inadequate or no legal help. Access to justice is an essential component of a healthy democracy and legal system.

Unfortunately, for many individuals of low-income levels, the cost of seeking legal help can be prohibitive. Thankfully, there are services such as legal aid and pro bono attorneys that make it possible for these individuals to have access to the justice system. Although these resources are difficult to locate, they provide critical support in providing access to justice for those who otherwise would not be able to afford it.

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