Contents Pages by Subject

Criminal Justice System

Subject Photo
Article Image

Atlanta Journal & Constitution

The woman’s nightmare began when she called police to report her truck had been taken from in front of her Hawkins Street home. She ended up being arrested for an aggravated assault allegedly committed by another woman named Teresa.

Article Image

The Agitator

Thousands of people in Florida convicted of DUI may not have been drunk at all. They very well may have been under the allowable blood alcohol limit. The problem may have been law enforcement not calibrating the breathalyzer called the Intoxilyzer 80

Article Image

AP

The Supreme Court will decide whether a jury forewoman’s offhand comment that the jury was unable to make a decision on a murder charge means the suspect can’t be retried on that charge. The high court on Tuesday agreed to hear an appeal from Alex

Article Image

www.salon.com

The last decade has spawned a massive expansion of the domestic Surveillance State. Worse, the U.S. Government has vested itself with the virtually unchallenged ability to operate this surveillance regime in full secrecy and even beyond the reach of

Article Image

Sharlene Holt, Musicians for Freedom

I heard the Magistrate ask EVERY TIME, if the defendant was a U.S. Citizen. Clearly, this is an important component to the equation of sending we, the people, off to the growing number of courts, jails, and prisons...

Article Image

www.bizjournals.com

Federal authorities are pressuring Nashville-based Gibson Guitar to hand over an additional 25 bundles of Indian wood that the company allegedly planned to use in its famous guitars.

Article Image

Reuters

The leader of anti-government extremists known as the Montana Freemen, who clashed with federal authorities in the 1990s, died on Tuesday of apparent natural causes at the U.S. government's highest-security prison. Leroy Schweitzer, 73, was found

midfest.info