Criminal Justice

U.S. Prosecutors Have Risked a Show Trial for the Chance to Execute Dzhokar Tsarnaev
April 08, 2015

Was putting Boston through this trial worth it, when the defense would have agreed to a life sentence? 

The Killing of Walter Scott Sheds Light on the Problem of Police Lying
April 08, 2015

The lies act as shield for police violence and as a larger source of corruption in the criminal justice system.

Darren Wilson Walks: No Indictment for Michael Brown’s Killer
November 24, 2014

Ferguson Grand Jury reaches its decision, and declines to indict the police officer in the killing of Michael Brown

Rand Paul and Ted Cruz Are Making Sense About the Cops
August 15, 2014

Libertarians have been warning about militarized police for some time. They were right.

A New Provision Threatens California Inmates' First Amendment Rights
A year after the hunger strike, some things have improved, but some things have gotten worse
July 13, 2014

A year after the hunger strike, some things have improved, but some things have gotten worse.

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