"The Year in Justice 2015"
This Week on Due Process
It was another important year in justice. From victory in the fight for marriage equality to the quagmires of education and immigration, from the beginning of major criminal justice reforms to the ongoing embarrassment of Guantanamo - Due Process was there to tell the tough stories.
So on this week's edition, our annual justice retrospective; our time to review - and update - the issues that drove our coverage in 2015.
Few of those issues were resolved last year - the Supreme Court's definitive verdict on same sex marriage was one of the few - so Due Process is back in 2016 to follow the important trends and transitions along the justice beat.
As always, we welcome you to join us on our journey - to watch this week, and every week.
Sandy and Raymond
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