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.
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Another unfathomable violation, another fruitless search
Wesley Bell finds out that reform won’t be easy.
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His latest nominee for attorney general only underscores the president's hostility to change.
Campaign focused heavily on problems at the LRPD.
Whistleblower Roderick Talley was arrested because he showed up a half hour late for his trial on a questionable forgery charge. He panicked, and fled. Now he's facing a litany of serious charges.
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