- The Conservative Political Action Conference panel on immigration went just as you expected it would.
- Maryland prosecutors press criminal charges against a man for attempting suicide. This would seem like a good time for some prosecutorial discretion.
- Buzzfeed’s Chris McDaniel publishes a long investigation into how Missouri obtains — and tries to hide how it obtains — its drugs for state executions.
- Here’s more on the Montana prosecutor threatening to charge women for using drugs or alcohol during pregnancy.
- Venezuelan immigrant took fire to save his classmates during the Parkland massacre.
- Louisiana denies parole to a man who has served more than 50 years in prison for shooting a police officer when he was 17. Henry Montgomery was also the man who won a landmark Supreme Court case in 2016 in which the court ruled that states have to grant hearings to people sentence to life as juveniles.
- Saginaw, Mich., orders private businesses to join the city’s police surveillance system.
- Lawsuit argues that NYPD cops are incentivized to make bogus arrests in order to get more overtime pay.
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