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The FBI interviewed just nine people about the Supreme Court nominee. This isn't what a thorough investigation looks like. [Read More]
A new report from the Abolitionist Law Center "presents a definitive portrait of a punishment that is archaic, cruel, unjustified, and indefensible," its co-author says. [Read More]
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"The days of the newsroom passively standing by while management did whatever they wanted are over." [Read More]
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Rachael Rollins could become the first woman of color to lead Suffolk County's criminal justice system. [Read More]
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The judge will likely face tough questioning in the Senate to get that seat on the Supreme Court. [Read More]
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New York becomes the first state to form an independent panel to investigate the conduct of its district attorneys. [Read More]
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The recording of communication between defendants and their lawyers in Orange County is also occurring with a disturbing frequency around the nation. [Read More]
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When Ferguson Councilman Wesley Bell defeated the prosecutor criticized over the police killing of Michael Brown, black activists chalked up a victory. [Read More]
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In a remarkable win for reformers, Wesley Bell, a city council member in Ferguson, Missouri, upset Robert McCulloch in Tuesday's Democratic primary. [Read More]
Aaron Sandusky is caged in a federal prison as he serves a 10-year sentence for running a state-legal medical marijuana business. [Read More]
His involvement in partisan battles and views on strong presidential power will likely be the focus of his confirmation hearings. [Read More]
Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge reportedly head the list of contenders for the high court. [Read More]
The swing justice often sided with the Supreme Court's liberals in cases that limited when capital punishment was allowed. [Read More]
But the movement to oust hardline prosecutors did score some wins Tuesday night. [Read More]
An informant scheme linked to Tony Raukauckas' office has left Orange County's criminal justice system in crisis. [Read More]
Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin kept money meant to feed inmates, AL.com reported. [Read More]
Progressives are hoping for big wins in several key district attorney races in California's primary election. [Read More]
This group has one. [Read More]
"When the government uses 20th-century tools to tackle 21st-century problems, it's the public that pays the price." [Read More]
If they succeed, the liberal billionaire and political action committees could change how the law is enforced in America. [Read More]
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