“This man is dangerous,” a survivor said of the doctor, expressing fear that he could be back in Vietnam to seek revenge or look for new victims.
At least 54 federal prisoners have died from COVID-19 after having a compassionate release request denied or left pending.
Coronavirus is spreading across the Bureau of Prisons, already killing one inmate in Louisiana and threatening to overwhelm local hospitals.
A new study shows that stenographers frequently fail at correctly understanding and transcribing African American English, which can have devastating consequences for Black people in court.
Sitting on the runway, wearing an adult nappy, I could never have predicted that things would turn out as they have.
Television shows about good cops are hard to enjoy when you are used to negative experiences with the justice system.
Unlocked Futures funds startups formed by and for people who have dealt with the justice system.
“We really have to have a long, hard look at our justice system’s response to sexual violence,” one advocate told VICE.
At least seven were court-martialed for online misconduct.
Gerald Stanley shot and killed Boushie, a 22-year-old Indigenous man, in 2016.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his justice minister have been speaking about the Gerald Stanley verdict. But conservatives say they shouldn’t be.
Executions were near a 25-year low in 2017 due to a shortage of lethal injection drugs