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I ‘Stood My Ground’ — but It Was the Police Raiding My House
Computer Book Bans and Other Insights From a Year Investigating Prison Censorship
Cuyahoga County Jail Shows People the Door, Offers Little Else to Aid Reentry
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DNA Testing Refutes Ohio Man’s Claim of Innocence
Ohio Innocence Project sought testing after review of Samuel Herring conviction.
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What’s a Hate Crime? Depends on Where You Live
A hodgepodge of state and local laws makes some violence a hate crime in some places, but not in others.
Four Suicides in L.A. and the Mental Health Problem in Law Enforcement
Four suspected suicides in the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department highlight a problem affecting agencies across the country.
Being a Corrections Officer Is Hard Enough. Doing the Job While Pregnant Is a Nightmare.
Lia McKeown says a California prison refused to adjust her job duties to accommodate her pregnancies. Now she’s suing for discrimination.
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Hunter Biden Charged With Evading Taxes on Millions From Foreign Firms
When the Coast Guard Intercepts Unaccompanied Kids — ProPublica
Hate crimes: a 6-year-old boy’s death stunned the country. What it did to his family is something else.
Texas DPS investigation finds no evidence of wrongdoing by troopers accused of mistreating migrants
Former Kentucky prison guard pleads guilty in inmate assault
Bellevue Hospital Rushes Patients Into Weight-Loss Surgery
Ron DeSantis Defends Removal of DA at Supreme Court
Chicago taxpayers paid nearly $700 million since 2000 in lawsuits by people who said they were framed by police
Trump’s Corruption Unbound
Trump’s Lawyers Face Sanctions, Discipline, and Indictment – How Should the Legal Profession Respond?
No More Family Policing
Police-involved shootings require more transparency, not less
What stands in the way of gun regulations? Often times it’s straw purchases
Louisiana's prison population sees troubling growth in latest DOJ report
Tiawana Brown makes history on Charlotte City Council
Temple surgeon receives grant to study gun violence coverage
They Were Prosecuted for Using Drugs While Pregnant. But It May Not Have Been a Crime
Dozens of women in Mississippi have been charged with child abuse crimes that, based on existing state law, they may not have committed.
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In Ohio, Losing Your License Is Easy. Getting It Back Is Complicated.
Here’s everything you need to know about the time-consuming — and expensive — process.
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A Warden Tried to Fix an Abusive Prison. He Faced Death Threats.
He was tasked with ending abuse at a federal penitentiary, but he says his own officers and the Bureau of Prisons stood in the way.
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Supreme Court Takes on Gun Cases as State Laws Shift
The court is considering the safety of victims of domestic violence, bump stocks and more.