Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation
James Craven is a criminal justice policy analyst Reason Foundation.
Prior to joining Reason, he spent over two years running a criminal defense practice in Forsyth County, NC.
Craven is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and received his North Carolina license to practice law in 2014.
Michigan should narrow the type of offenses that can result in a driver’s license suspension to traffic safety crimes and end its draconian fines and fees.
Scientific studies are beginning to paint a clear picture of why many claim chronic use of marijuana can lead to prolonged anxiety—while others insist the drug eliminates it.