Daniel Manville, '82 alum, was interviewed on CNN discussing alternatives to incarceration. Criminologist Peter Moskos argued that one way to reduce overcrowded prisons was to offer criminals the option of being "flogged" in lieu of a prison sentence. Manville responded that flogging doesn't serve any purpose and that state governments are cutting drug and mental health services that would actually help prisoners reenter society. Read the full transcript on CNN.
Daniel Manville graduated from Antioch School of Law in 1982. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Civil Rights Clinic at Michigan State University College of Law. He has also published numerous articles on prisoners' rights, and is co-author of the Prisoners' Self Help Litigation Manual, a guide to prisoners' rights. Read his full bio here.