My name is Daryl Mikell Brooks. I am a Freedom Activist who grew up in and still resides in Trenton, a city that typifies New Jersey’s corrupt political culture.
However, some N.J. State Parole Board employees are pushing to put Trenton, N.J., community activist Daryl Brooks back in prison for his failure to admit guilt.
How would you describe an industry that wants to put more Americans in prison and keep them there longer so that it can make more money?
Barnegat, N.J. police arrested a woman after they say she got out of her car, lifted her shirt and bra and exposed her breasts to surveillance cameras.
Dona Ana County in New Mexico has agreed to pay Stephen Slevin, 59, $15.5 million after it kept Slevin in solitary confinement for 22 months without a trial for a DUI arrest. The horrific case was made worse by the county refusing to pay a verdict
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was charged with conspiring to kill Americans in his role as al-Qaeda's top propagandist. His trial will mark one of the first prosecutions of senior al-Qaeda leaders on US soil. The case marks a legal victory for
non-cooperation with a grand jury is possible but carries great risk. Despite the fact that witnesses are offered immunity from criminal prosecution — and thus self-indictment — if they refuse to talk they can be held in federal custody for 18 months
Trayvon Martin's girlfriend, the state's most important witness in the George Zimmerman murder case, was caught in a lie, it was revealed Tuesday. It was not the first piece of misinformation tied to her, but it was the most damaging to date and l
George Zimmerman, who is charged with second-degree murder in the killing of Trayvon Martin, is all but certain to take his case directly to a jury on June 10 and skip a highly anticipated pretrial self-defense hearing, his lawyer said Tuesday.
On a tiny sliver of land is beginning construction on what officials believe will be the smallest park in Los Angeles and is being built to force 33 registered sex offenders to move out of a nearby apartment building.
Zealand’s Court of Appeal on Friday overturned an earlier decision that required U.S. authorities to hand over evidence it planned to use in the high-profile extradition trial set to take place in August,
One of Asia’s most notorious drug kingpins has reportedly been executed in China for the massacre of 13 Chinese sailors - with his final moments being broadcast live on national television.
When the action flick ended, they exited theater #13 and headed into theater #15, where the zombie film “Warm Bodies” was to start. They had not purchased $6.75 tickets to the second movie, which resulted in the duo’s arrest for felony theft,
Ironically, the video that police shot of the scene is what eventually cleared White of all charges. “I think that whoever was higher up looked at the police reports and then looked at the video and said, these two things don’t go together.
In a nation that incarcerates more people than any other, New York City hopes to jail a hefty proportion of its residents, too. The City now boasts more than a million "open bench warrants" for such heinous "crimes" as "drinking a can of beer
Vietnam Era Veteran, peaceful freedom activist, and local small businessman, Mark Schimdter, has been jailed for 145 days by Judge Belvin Perry. Schmidter's sentence began Thursday after he was found guilty for distributing jury nullification info ou
Prosecutor Ari Pregen, who tried to convict me explaining to the jury that I had not acted like a real journalist when I was arrested covering the Occupy Miami eviction, was fired for repeatedly abusing the power of his badge at a local strip club.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor scolded a federal prosecutor for a racist comment he made during a drug trial. While questioning the defendant, the prosecutor asked, "You've got African-Americans, you've got Hispanics, you've got
In 1990, there were only 7,000 hard copy images of child porn in the United Kingdom, according to non-profit group NSPCC.
Meanwhile, tens of thousands of American prison inmates are kept in protracted solitary confinement that arguably constitutes torture and probably violates the Eighth Amendment prohibition of “cruel and unusual punishments.”
The Justice Department on Friday joined a whistleblower lawsuit against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, increasing the odds Armstrong may have to forfeit millions of dollars paid out by his team sponsor, the U.S. Postal Service.
Marc Victor on Jodi Arias Trial- Defense Attorney Marc Victor offers perspective on prosecution's strategy on first day of cross examination
Many emergency medical workers were visibly upset after prosecutors reduced charges for Michael Jaccarino, a prosecutor in the Brooklyn district attorney’s office, who attacked a female EMT in a drunken rage. Jaccarino was given just a 10 day communi
We have been following the disgraceful tenure of Jesse Jackson Jr. who disappeared for months as federal investigators closed in on his corrupt practices. He then was inexplicably reelected despite not running or offering any demonstrable evidence of
Describes person screaming “burn the motherfucker” as “unprofessional”
Despite the abuse of average citizens by thuggish law firms and prosecutors, the Obama Administration continues to support draconian measures against citizens.
The warden of the Guantanamo prison camp testified he had forbidden military guards from listening to attorney-client conversations but did not know that the rooms where the meetings took place had been bugged by intelligence agents.
I've never seen a police force look as pathetic and weak as the LAPD does right now.
A defense lawyer at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, said there is “overwhelming circumstantial evidence” the US government is listening to privileged communications between high-value 9-11 detainees and their attorneys.
Under a state law in Arkansas, renters can be imprisoned for failing to pay their rent.