Criminal Justice Reforms can cut costs, improve public safety

Recently, Marc Levin of the Texas Public Policy Foundation and I collaborated on a paper that discussed some common-sense criminal justice reforms for New Mexico. Given the current budgetary environment facing New Mexico, such reforms can both save taxpayers money and reduce the number of people who get caught up in the criminal justice system.

Our opinion piece on the topic which appeared in several papers including the Las Cruces Sun-News can be found here.