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In a growing scandal, investigators have discovered drugs sent to the Delaware Medical Examiner's Office for testing have gone missing – sometimes replaced with fakes – imperiling more than a dozen drug prosecutions and possibly many more.

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It’s no secret that FBI employees excel at foiling plots of their own creation, which is why it’s important for any thinking person to question whatever “official” line is touted as fact, not just point out the dubious use of resources but to help to

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

That conviction was upheld by the Arizona Court of Appeals, which ruled that although the arrest was unwarranted and illegal, Bear had engaged in an illegal act of “self-help” by refusing to submit to abduction with appropriate meekness.

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www.AttorneyForFreedom.net

The judge in the Baseline Killer civil case ruled yesterday that the City of Phoenix owed no legal duty to process the DNA evidence in its crime lab because both the victims and the perpetrator were then unknown to the City.

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Simple Justice

An article by Florida lawprof John Stinneford, entitled “The Illusory Eighth Amendment.” As much fun as the 8th may be, the part that made this had little to do with it, but rather with the Supreme Court’s punting in Miranda v. Arizona.

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NATION | One of the biggest prison scandals to ever hit U.S. courts is now being made into a reality show after the release of the "Kids for Cash" documentary film. "Kids for Cash" opened in theaters February 7th. Mark Ciavarella was a judge kno

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Simple Justice

Scheiber sets the stage with an appeal to emotion is always a great way to get the juices flowing despite being a logical fallacy, tell of how the wealthy walk away from criminal charges unscathed while the poor go to prison forever, and their dog

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Miami Herald

Gomez, busted in a money laundering scheme, would spend nearly two weeks in a federal detention center and another seven months under house arrest. It took 222 days before federal prosecutors realized it was all a terrible mistake:

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Simple Justice

Bob Autobee was a corrections officer. His son, Eric, followed in his footsteps, and was murdered by a prisoner already doing life. Bob wants to speak at the sentencing of his son’s killer, as is his right under law as a victim, but a legal battle i

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