Michael F. Crowley is a senior fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice. Crowley has designed and organized a multiyear research project to develop information about the costs of enforcing criminal fees and fines. He also has written about presidential clemency, local law enforcement and immigration, and federal criminal justice assistance.
Prior to joining the Brennan Center, Crowley was a criminal justice consultant and a senior justice policy analyst at the White House Office of Management and Budget. He worked under both Republican and Democratic administrations and contributed to criminal justice reform efforts.
Congress Can Lead on Criminal Justice Reform Through Funding Choices, Center for American Progress, September 7, 2017
Trump's 2019 Budget Harms Criminal Justice, February 14, 2018
The Sanctuary City Debate Distracts from Public Safety, March 30, 2017
One Month Left for Criminal Justice Reform and Clemency, December 19, 2016
Big Down Payment on State and Local Criminal Justice Reform Efforts, February 12, 2016