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Criminal Justice System

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Charlie from Keene, New Hampshire decides to perform his civic duty by attending the trial of a victimless criminal in Milford. But no good deed goes unpunished. In an unfree country, the most innocuous act can land you in jail.

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NY Times

Forensic evidence that has helped convict thousands of defendants for nearly a century is often the product of shoddy scientific practices that should be upgraded and standardized, according to accounts of a draft report by the nation’s pre-eminent s

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Philadephia Enquirer

Not too long ago only our freedom fighters knew the extent of the corruption in our courts. These days anyone with a pulse can see just how rotten these bastard judges have become.

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The Holly Collins custody/parental abduction case is perhaps the most prominent custody case in the media at this moment. Holly Collins and her supporters among domestic violence and feminist advocates assert that the case demonstrates that family co

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International Herald Tribune

There's mounting legal pressure from the Justice Department to turn over 19,000 records of American clients who used hidden offshore accounts at the bank or face potential indictment.

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I discussed the Batista divorce controversy on Fox & Friends recently. This is the case where Dr. Richard Batista, a prominent New York surgeon, donated a kidney to save his wife's life back in 2001 and is now asking for compensation for the kidn

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From Glenn Sacks eyes Reese Hopkins case (1/16/09): Columnist and former syndicated talk radio host Glenn Sacks has taken a keen interest in the child rape case against ex-WRKO gabster Reese Hopkins, saying there are “a lot of tangible problems” w

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Washington Post

The military judge overseeing proceedings against five of the men accused of planning the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks signed an order designed to protect classified information that is so broad it could prevent public scrutiny of the most important trial

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AP

A jail in northern Texas has been closed and its nearly 60 inmates transferred as authorities investigate what they call dangerous conditions for jailers and those behind bars _ including cells that locked from the inside or contained recliners. Five

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Wendy McElroy

As you opened your eyes this morning, a new set of laws -- especially on the state level but federal and local as well -- descended upon your life ... whether you know it or not. Lawmakers everywhere were busy last year; they passed laws that justifi

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AP

A 21-year-old woman accused of sending a vulgar text message to a 17-year-old girl is one of the first cases brought under a law against cyberbullying spurred by the suicide of a teenage girl following cruel messages on the Internet.

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The Agitator

Guy hits another car while doing twice the speed limit, and kills its driver, a 20-year-old college student. The student’s mother is in the passenger side, and watches her son die. The guy admits he's been drinking, but the police don’t give him

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