Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Opinion

Police militarization affects everyone. But government officials try to dismiss critics by tying them to right-wing extremism.

  • Opinion

Judge finds mass violations of the First and Fourth amendments.

  • Opinion

Plus: Sentencing Commission report finds black men serve 20 percent longer sentences than similarly situated white men, Georgia deputies face charges for Taser death, killings of police officers down substantially from last year.

  • Opinion

Most small towns can't adequately fund, staff or train a SWAT team. They're forming them anyway.

  • Opinion

The answer is "not really."

  • Opinion

Another civil asset forfeiture outrage.

  • Opinion

Plus: An overview of efforts to reform poverty crimes, the folly of gang statistics, an epidemic of Brady violations.

  • Opinion

Another tale of a tiny but predatory municipality.

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Hugo Holland was forced to resign after an odd gun scandal. Since then, DAs across the state have paid him as a prosecutor-for-hire and to lobby the legislature against criminal-justice reform.

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