New Interim Survey Results on Impact of New Mexico’s Fines and Fees
FFJC’s New Mexico team, in partnership with the New Mexico Advisory Board on Fines and Fees and ACLU New Mexico, have released the interim results of a state-wide survey examining 500+ New Mexicans’ experiences with court debt and the state’s criminal fine and fee system.
End Justice Fees Campaign Officially Launches
A bipartisan coalition spearheaded by the Fines and Fees Justice Center, Americans for Prosperity, and the ACLU is launching the End Justice Fees campaign — the first national campaign to eliminate all fees in the justice system and discharge fee debt.
Op-Ed: Why Is the Nevada Department of Corrections Profiting off Struggling Families?
Nevada’s prison fees are among the worst in the nation. Data obtained from NDOC show that food, hygiene products and medical care costs are marked up as much as 66 percent. In his latest op-ed, FFJC’s Nick Shepack explains why this is happening and what lawmakers can do about it.
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