October 6, 2009
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A couple of centuries after the age of King Arthur, much of Europe began to engage in similarly ridiculous rituals to determine guilt in cases that lacked eyewitnesses or physical ...
Perpetual public fear of crime has turned us all into criminals.
Bumbling Prince George's County, Maryland Sheriff Michael Jackson wants a promotion.
Police overkill, such as that displayed at the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, is becoming more common every day.
Should prosecutors who manufacture evidence be susceptible to lawsuits?
New research into "shaken baby syndrome" could put hundreds of convictions in peril.
Why it's important that prosecutors know when not to bring charges.
The Supreme Court reviews Illinois' awful asset forfeiture law.
"The Police Women of Broward County" takes reality cop TV to new depths.
What does a thumbprint at the scene of a Scottish spinster's murder have to do with the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103?
Bernard Baran served 22 years on dubious child molestation charges, yet the prosecutor who convicted him isn't even inconvenienced.
The Supreme Court says that forensics analysts can be cross-examined ... for now.
More government spending equals more lobbyists. It's a fairly obvious point, yet it flies in the face of two consistent leftist policy goals (or at least stated leftist policy goals).
Mississippi coroners attempt to defy a ban on disgraced medical examiner Steven Hayne.
Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor included much of what we expected. Almost entirely left out of the discussion was a subject you might think has some relevance ...
In pushing back against the abuse he suffered at the hands of the Prince George's County police department, Berwyn Heights, Md. Mayor Cheye Calvo is helping expose a more widespread ...