Joshua Miller

A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. He worked in Washington, D.C., at The Atlantic, ABC News, and the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call before joining the Globe in 2013.

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Is 10 years in Massachusetts solitary confinement torture?

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Lawmakers are considering a sweeping overhaul of the state’s criminal justice system and are looking at the question of solitary confinement.

Bill would bar parents’ testimony against their kids in nearly all cases

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Advocates say they want to protect the parent-child relationship and make certain kids feel safe in asking a parent for help.

Middlesex D.A. commends sweeping criminal justice bill at rally

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The show of political muscle comes ahead of an expected Senate vote this month on the controversial bill — aspects of which are opposed by top law enforcement officials.

Debate over criminal justice reform heats up

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Lawmakers are bracing for a sharp debate in coming weeks over how the Legislature ought to reform the state’s criminal justice system.