The NHTSA says autonomous cars will be considered human, for legal purposes
Rock 'em, sock 'em, cross examine 'em
There are abundant reasons to be grateful that we do not live under the Old Testament "lex talonis" legal covenant, and one compelling reason to lament that this is so:
The Wrongful Imprisonment of Christopher Tapp
Israeli Culture and Sports Minister (and former Brigadier General) Miri Regev has a curious view of democracy.
Former Inspector General says "four loyal Democrat women" are protecting the former secretary of state
They say crime doesn't pay, but that might not be entirely true in the District of Columbia as lawmakers look for ways to discourage people from becoming repeat offenders.
"Could we discuss potential punishments?" asked the tall, middle-aged man identified as "Juror 25" during the voir dire for the trial of Matthew Townsend on a ludicrous felony charge of "witness intimidation."
AFTER VIEWING THE CT STATE POLICE CRIME SCENE PHOTOS OF THE SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ASK YOURSELF AND YOUR WIFE IF YOU WOULD EVER ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN THAT FILTHY AND DEPLORABLE LOOKING SCHOOL THAT IS ALSO A TOXIC WASTE DUMP?
The State of Idaho remains perversely determined to steal five years from the life of Matthew Townsend as punishment for publishing a defiant but harmless statement on his Facebook page.
In 2012, New Yorker reporter Mattathias Schwartz covered the tribunal of suspected 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed on two occasions at Guantánamo Bay detention camp.
A criminal is standing in the courtroom. While he waits, complex algorithms are employed to analyze details of his case and decide his fate. Sentencing American citizens based on statistics. There's already a significant movement in the USA
Netflix's "Making a Murderer" might center around the case of Steven Avery and the murder of Teresa Halbach, but the beginning of this saga starts with a different victim.
Dusseldorf, the neighbouring city to migrant sex attack capital Cologne is the first German city to see a new citizen protection league since the new year's attacks, with thousands signing up to do their part.
An Open Letter to Sheriff Ward of Harney County Oregon- and to All County Sheriffs in America from Judge Anna Dear Sheriff Ward, I am writing to you today to ascertain your office and position with respect to the Hammonds and the developing
My work documenting how the law was lost began about a quarter of a century ago.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has decided to hear the appeal of a man with a controlled substance related felony on his record who was sentenced to five years in prison for illegal possession of a firearm when he was found in possession of a BB gun.
The father and son of a prominent Oregon ranching family plan to surrender Monday to serve more time in prison for setting fires that spread to government lands they leased as cattle rangeland.
By this time next year, President Obama's successor will have been elected, but before he goes, he still has things he intends to finish in the remaining 12 months of his presidency.
Police in Texas' Montgomery County are planning to use a dog trained to sniff out hard drives and other storage devices to help investigate child pornography cases.
"Some poor kid in the inner city smokes a joint, goes to prison, ruins his life, where we have a president who is more privileged, who smoked a joint, becomes president... Now, where is the justice in that?" said billionaire philanthropist Charles Ko
The fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice by two Cleveland cops [over 13 months ago] was a "perfect storm of human error" but not a crime, the Cuyahoga County prosecutor declared Monday.
Washington removed Dominique Strauss-Kahn as the leading contender for the French presidency and as director of the IMF by framing him on phony charges of raping a New York hotel maid.
A Wisconsin Republican state senator has been accused of inciting a "vigilante uprising" after he called on law-abiding gun owners to "clean our society of scum bags
There is a highly disturbing criminal case out of Mecosta, Michigan where Keith Wood, 39, has been charged with a felony for obstruction of justice and misdemeanor of tampering with a jury.
What moved a man to kill three people and wound nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado has not been disclosed.
On Wednesday, April 1 Wolfgang Halbig retained a Connecticut-based attorney, Kay Wilson, to represent him in his FOI case for records pertaining to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting of December 14, 2012.
Heavy-handed tactics don't stop terrorism. Good policing and public trials do.