Covid Justice Reform
'Never Going Back:' Releasing Inmates During a Pandemic
A look at how COVID-19 is impacting the juvenile justice system in Seattle, Washington.
The Death of Will Smith
Red Cards unpacks the shooting of former NFL Saints player, Will Smith. The investigation takes us to New Orleans, a vibrant city with a historically controversial legal system.
Red Right Hand
A Wrongful Murder Conviction and 18-Year Fight for Justice: The Fairbanks Four
VICE trekked to Alaska to tell the story of the Fairbanks Four, a group of native teens who were wrongfully convicted of murder in 1997.
ACLU and U
Criminal Justice Reform
In 2013, Jason Hernandez was the first latino American to receive clemency from President Obama along with other non-violent drug offenders in an unprecedented gesture to address injustice in the criminal justice system.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Obama Legacy: Criminal Justice
A look at President Obama's criminal justice legacy: pardoning drug offenders but increasing deportations of illegal immigrants
Justice / Clip
Debtors' Prisons: Life Inside America’s For-Profit Justice System
We meet Thomas Barrett, a former homeless man who paid thousands in probation fees over the theft of a two-dollar can of beer.
Justice / Clip
借金返済能力がなければ即収監 現代の債務者監獄（Part 1）
VICE News Specials
Barred from the Ballot Box: Disenfranchised in New York
VICE News spends time with a man with a felony conviction in New York who is fighting to get his voting rights back.
VICE on HBO
VICE Special Report: Fixing The System
In July 2015, Barack Obama became the first sitting president to visit a federal prison. He invited VICE along to film the historic event for part of a documentary, Fixing the System, which investigated America's broken criminal justice system.