Caroline Greer is a criminal justice reform policy intern at Reason Foundation.
Greer is a junior in the Honors College at the College of Charleston studying economics and data science. She is a Market Process Scholar and alumni of the Honors STEAM Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community.
Greer is based in Virginia. She enjoys hiking, surfing, and participating in pitch competitions.
The use of fines and fees to directly fund courts, law enforcement agencies, or other government activities can result in undesirable conflicts of interest.
Suspending driver's licenses is a largely arbitrary and regressive form of punishment that does not improve roadway safety or prevent future crimes.
The criminal justice system's unfair fines and fees create a cycle of punishment
New York Proposal Would End Some Government Fines and Fees That Trap People In Criminal Justice System
Unnecessary fines and fees criminalize poverty and create bad incentives in the criminal justice system.