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Prosecution Data: Capitol Siege of January 6, 2021

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Updated: April 28, 2021 On January 6, 2021, the United States Capitol building was breached by demonstrators as part of an attempt by supporters of President Trump to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Over one hundred law enforcement officers and an unknown number of demonstrators were injured, and four demonstrators and one police officer were killed. […]

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A brand new website!

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Hello world! Welcome to our brand new site! As we transition away from our prior institutional host, we felt it was important to host and manage our own website, and here it is! There are still some broken links and other cosmetic fixes, but bear with us as we complete this change and get ready […]

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New Spring 2020 tPP Syllabus Available!

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As the Prosecution Project has grown and changed, it has benefitted from utilizing the classroom. We have used the shared space as a laboratory, workshop, assembly line, and debate stage for developing our processes and concepts. Nearly each semester we have been able to host a twice a week class to get students in the […]

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Preparing a report for the US Army War College

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In December 2019, tPP was contacted by an individual with the United States Army War College seeking assistance with data. This individual asked if we could provide a number of measures of criminal defendants in order to compare defendants with and without military histories. After a few emails and a phone call to ensure we […]

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tPP’s Research Showing Up in the News

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We’re very pleased to see our past analysis mentioned in this recent article by the Philadelphia Inquirer, “Republican death threats are undermining our democracy.” We’re always happy to work with journalists, academics, investigators, policy makers and practitioners who can make use of our data. Our goal remains the creation of a free, open source platform for […]