How Manhattan’s District Attorney Prosecutes Cybercrime
Elizabeth Roper, the office's cybercrime and identity theft bureau chief, explains how one of the country’s most important prosecutors goes after cybercriminals.
How Voting Flaws Protect the Manhattan DA Who Didn't Prosecute Harvey Weinstein
Candidates opposing the DA, who also declined to pursue felony fraud charges agains the Trump family, are shining a spotlight on the power of local elections.
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A Teacher Mimicked 'Breaking Bad' and Got Arrested for Cooking Meth
In New Mexico, of all places.
The First Black Woman DA in Alabama History Wants to Shake Up the Death Penalty
Lynneice Washington won an historic election this November even as Donald Trump destroyed Hillary Clinton in Alabama. Here's what she has planned.
An NYPD Officer Was Just Indicted for the Shooting Death of Akai Gurley
Peter Liang is just the fourth New York City cop to be indicted for killing someone since 1999.
How Much History Was Lost in the Williamsburg Storage Facility Fire?
An undetermined amount of court documents were lost in a Brooklyn blaze last Saturday.
New Mexico Cops Are Facing Murder Charges For Shooting a Homeless Man in the Back
The district attorney decided to skip a grand jury and charge two officers with an open count of murder.