The American Civil Liberties Union is trying to get records to figure out what went wrong.
Jalil Muntaqim was hospitalized with COVID-19 earlier this year, but the state blocked his bid for even temporary release.
The state's desperate pleas for firefighters overlooks the fact that institutional barriers are preventing thousands of formerly incarcerated women and people of color with firefighting experience from working as full-time professional firefighters.
A local prosecutor initially declined to charge Jake Gardner months ago.
The frenzy around the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death and the arrest of his former girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty is the latest case study into how voyeuristic news coverage shapes public opinion.
The attorney general claimed Blake was "committing a felony" and that states that expand vote-by-mail are "reckless and dangerous."
Jamal Trulove said Harris "celebrated" his conviction for a crime he didn't commit, but urges people to "Rock the Vote for Biden and for Kamala"
The 13-year-old was found dead inside her school, a day after she went missing.
Whistleblowers say dozens of prisoners have tested positive for COVID-19 after being moved between jails and federal prisons due to a lack of safeguards in the Justice Department.
Zhang Yuhuan's exoneration points to deeper issues within China's legal system, including its 99.9% conviction rate.
The judge ruled it's in the teen's best interest to stay and complete a program in juvenile detention.
Attorney General Bill Barr is targeting protesters with harsh, federal prosecutions for civil disturbances that potentially carry decades in prison.