Tagged With Criminal Justice

More than 300 law professors urge Congress to address police impunity

Sanders and Warren propose ending 'qualified immunity' for police, which would make it easier to hold cops accountable for misconduct

Community bail funds raised a record $75 million since the George Floyd protests began, but leaders say paying everyone's bail is 'not the goal'

Spotify surges nearly 15% to an all-time high after signing Kim Kardashian West for an exclusive podcast

Trump cited former Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo in an interview with Fox News. Rizzo's statue was recently removed over his record of racism and police brutality.

Trump calls Jared Kushner 'my star' after the adviser announces he's working with law enforcement to 'fix' policing

AOC slams NYC judge for ruling people arrested amid widespread unrest could be held for more than 24 hours without charge

The mother of NSA leaker Reality Winner speaks out: 'Everything about her case has been so harsh and just cruel'

Los Angeles mayor calls for the LAPD's budget to be cut by as much as $150 million after it had been set to increase by $122 million

This map shows where you can donate to bail funds that help protesters arrested amid escalating police confrontations

Thousands protested outside Los Angeles mayor's house, as the public also voiced outrage at LAPD during an emotional Zoom town hall

NYPD officer violently shoves woman during George Floyd protest, prompting city councilman to call for assault charge

Minnesota prosecutor compares George Floyd killing to case of Freddie Grey, saying he 'will not rush to justice' despite calls to charge police

Minnesota governor activates National Guard following protests and looting in response to death of George Floyd

Montana officials are selecting a jury in a middle school gym because it's the only space large enough for jurors to socially distance

California governor proposes closing 2 prisons in response to COVID-19

The FBI reportedly seized Republican Sen. Richard Burr's cell phone as part of an investigation into potential insider trading related to coronavirus

Federal prisoners across the country will be confined to their cells for 14 days to curb the coronavirus spread

A Wisconsin sheriff's move to stop arresting people for non-violent crimes is one of the ways law enforcement are trying to conserve resources during the pandemic

London Bridge victim's father said his death shouldn't be used to justify 'draconian sentences,' as Conservatives call for tougher punishment