- A small-town Idaho mayor could face a recall for not disciplining an officer who shot a black Lab.
- More on the continuing federalization of crime.
- Criminologist and former cop Peter Moskos on the controversial police shooting in Albuquerque.
- Meanwhile, anti-police brutality protests in the city are turning violent.
- Mississippi Gov. Ed Bryant signs a criminal justice reform bill that includes more leniency for judges in sentencing, particularly with drug crimes.
- A Texas town posts locations of speed cameras, on the crazy theory that speeding laws should be about promoting road safety, not boosting the city treasury.
- 2009: Chris Nevils, district attorney for Winn Parish in Louisiana, is charged in a hit-and-run. His blood-alcohol level is .179, well over twice the legal limit. 2014: Nevils is given an award for establishing “no refusal” DWI checkpoints and for his aggressive prosecution of DWI suspects.
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