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Plus: The shady source of Missouri's execution drugs, man who won right to parole for juvenile offenders is denied parole, lawsuit says NYPD cops make fake arrests for overtime pay

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A bad solution goes searching for a problem.

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Even after two wrongful convictions exposed a history of neglect, the state legislature still won't appropriate money to properly fund state medical examiners.

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Suspects yet to be convicted of a crime can be shipped hundreds of miles away, kept in solitary because local jails can't accommodate them.

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Plus: "Fruit of the poisonous tree," explained; John Perry Barlow, RIP; and San Diego targets reporter who exposed jailhouse abuses

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Publicity from Ferguson spurred some reform, but in most places, poverty can still bring jail time.

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Plus: A new police scandal in Chicago, why the Larry Nassar sentencing was not "restorative justice," and how asset forfeiture drives police militarization.

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Plus: ICE deports dads, teachers, business owners; Treasurer may lift protections for banks that work with pot businesses; DOJ shutters office for legal aid

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The Gun Trace Task Force scandal validates a Justice Department report that critics dismissed as partisan and anti-cop.

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Plus: NYPD's immense political power, ICE will soon know where you've been, and a year after "reforms," Virginia is still suspending driver's licenses for unpaid court fees.

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