#52: The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform

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The Trump administration has promised a return to "tough on crime" criminal justice policies, including a recent memo that instructs federal prosecutors to reverse Obama era reforms meant to curb mandatory minimum sentences.

But there’s a growing group of organized, well-funded reformers on the right who don’t agree.

R Street policy director Arthur Rizer says there’s a strong conservative argument for leniency and transparency.