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Criminal Justice System

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A retired British businessman accused of conspiring to sell missile parts to Iran was extradited to the United States on Friday, but branded his treatment a “disgrace”. Speaking to reporters as he arrived at London Heathrow airport, where he was t

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The Agitator

I’ve noted before the absurdity of the judges not calling out misbehaving prosecutors by name, even in opinions that find really egregious misconduct. This makes it much more difficult for journalists and watchdog groups to find repeat offenders. So

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

On a day where almost everything went wrong, Atibi Thomas and Keith Roach were lucky about one thing when they met nearly two years ago: Roach wore his bulletproof vest. If Roach had removed the vest when he ended his shift as an Atlanta police offic

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L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

Hardly a week goes by we don't hear that any man, woman, or child who exercises a given unalienable individual, civil, Constitutional, or human right (the particulars change from moment to moment) should be looked upon by local police as a terrorist

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Washington Post

Amy and Mark Denicore are headed to a full-blown trial to defend themselves against charges that they violated Virginia law by making their kids late to elementary school too often. The Loudoun County couple was arraigned in juvenile and domestic rel

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San Francisco Chronicle

A man who spent 18 years behind bars after being wrongfully convicted of double murder has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, saying police built a case against him through perjured testimony. Caramad Conley, 41, was released f