It would have cost .00097 percent of the state’s annual budget.
In finding that the Little Rock Police Department did not engage in a pattern of abuse, the Eighth Circuit panel deferred to a curious authority -- the Little Rock Police Department.
If cops keep kicking down doors to serve drug warrants, both cops and suspects will keep dying.
The court has consistently refused to look at startling error rates among drug-detecting dogs and, instead, has focused on meaningless claims of 'certification.'
A Mississippi death penalty case again illustrates how the courts have little interest in fixing their own mistakes.
Jeff Sessions's last-minute order will likely kill off a program that was helping police officers win trust from minority communities.
This is just harassment, and an attempt to thwart the agenda of a reform-minded district attorney.
A recent federal appeals court decision lays out — and then glosses over — what may be the biggest problem with how forensics is used in criminal cases.
Plus: ICE depravity, Texas cops caught hiding info about in-custody deaths, and St. Louis prosecutors join the police union
Plus: Witness to an execution, when a cop wrongly arrests you, and how race affects personnel decisions at the Columbus (Ohio) police department.