See a selection of highlighted written articles, interviews/podcasts, and book publications by Lyle:
For all of Lyle's published work, see below:
“Prison is designed to break
one’s spirit and destroy one’s resolve. To do this, authorities attempt to exploit every weakness, demolish every initiative, negate all signs of individuality—all with the idea of stamping out that spark that makes each of us human and each of us who we are.”
“Imprisonment is increasingly used as a strategy of deflection of the underlying social problems--racism, poverty, unemployment, lack of education, and so on.”
Article: The Impossible Math Behind Pay-Per-Minute Prison Messaging
Read Lyle's article on the real cost of prison e-messaging platforms. In North Carolina prisons, we’re charged for every minute we want to look at family photos or read messages from friends.
Published on Slate, June 19, 2023
PC: Photo illustration by Slate
Panel discussion: Attorney-Client Relationship After Shinn v. Ramirez: What is "effective" counsel?
Watch a recording of the virtual panel to see Lyle discuss effective counsel alongside Brooklyn Law School Professors Alexis Hoag-Fordjour, Lisa Washington, and Jocelyn Simonson, as well as Molly Parmer, criminal defense attorney in Atlanta.
April 19, 2023