A Hong Kong court sentenced activist Edward Leung to six years in prison Monday for his part in a violent nightlong clash with police over illegal street food hawkers two years ago.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) wants to end the U.S. government's ability to detain people indefinitely, arguing that it violates Americans' Sixth Amendment rights to a speedy and public trial.
Recent news about Robert F. Kennedy's fatal shooting sharpens the challenge for human rights organizations in how to address the shocking justice issues raised by the continued imprisonment of RFK's convicted slayer Sirhan Sirhan.
'It wasn't really the vacation I was looking for': Mormon missionary, 26, jokes with President Trump as he and his family profusely thank him in the Oval Office after he helped secure his release from Venezuelan prison
According to Rudy Giuliani, special counsel Robert Mueller's team has informed President Donald Trump's attorneys that they have come to the conclusion they cannot indict a sitting president, according to the President's lawyer.
Faced with fresh evidence of the racial disparity in marijuana enforcement across New York City, Manhattan's district attorney said Tuesday he will largely stop prosecuting people for possessing or smoking marijuana.
Television has taught us that the crack CSI experts and their state-of-the-art technology can solve any crime through the power of science. In reality, more often than not the crime-detection technology of the past has turned out to be pseudoscience
Seattle is making a landmark move to wipe out decades of marijuana possession convictions effectively giving a second chance to hundreds of people whose lives were ruined by the drug war.
Massachusetts courts have had a bad year.
A former emergency operator in Texas was convicted of hanging up on thousands of 911 calls and was sentenced to 10 days in jail and 18 months of probation, prosecutors said.
Heavy police opposition to asset forfeiture restrictions in Minnesota is revealing, and shows the kind of push-back that happens in every state considering reform.
Coloradans are outraged that two men convicted of gang-raping a 13-year-old girl were only sentenced to probation.
The Texas man known for his "affluenza" defense when he was given probation for killing four people in a 2013 drunken-driving crash was released on Monday after serving two years for violating his probation.
Jesus Aceves was driving three of his fellow farmworkers to the tomato fields in the early-morning darkness when he saw lights flash behind him.
Thomas Costanzo's Trial held this week - Tue, Wed and Thur from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. For an education, try to make it. Trial held in Courtroom 602, 401 West Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85003 before Judge G Murray Snow.
Just a quick update. I was able to attend the first two days of the trial of Thomas Costanzo. It you go to http://www.courtcasedoc.com and look at the case, You will find the link in the upper right area for News.Articles. There, you will find my tri
In his first 2020 re-election campaign appearance in New Hampshire, US president Donald Trump addressed some of his typical bombast to the so-called "opioid crisis." Read more at http://thegarrisoncenter.org/archives/13087#l7jeyKdOx9IwwYlp.99
It caught my attention as I seldom peruse the various political rags and news sites. I consider them complete wastes of time filled with Stalinist (or fascist depending on the source) political drivel, progressive mentality and centrist statism of th
Tarrant County judge used electric shocks to punish sex offender, who is getting a new trial
Attorney Marc J. Victor arrested and incarcerated. This is the true story of his personal fight for freedom.
Agree to Let It?A police official says the department is ready to arrest the disgraced movie mogul for allegedly sexually assaulting Lucia Evans.
US law agencies can celebrate another success in their tireless crusade to stop 'unlicensed money transmitting' in the land of the free. The latest victory is sending a 24-year old crime kingpin to federal prison for making $40,000 from trading b
Over the past few months, the U.S. government and its special agencies have been ramping up their efforts to try to regulate bitcoin and digital currencies. This week the Justice Department's Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein spoke about crypt
A suspected drug dealer on a record-breaking toilet strike would rather die than take a poo, his lawyer has said.
Thousands of Innocent People Being Rounded Up & Jailed for Being Unable to Pay PRIVATE Debts
The man convicted of creating the Silk Road marketplace, Ross Ulbricht, has lost yet another appeal to extend his "post-conviction relief." Judge Katherine Forrest, the judge who sentenced Ulbricht to a double life sentence in 2015, denied the le
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There is a sad truth that all Americans have been constantly reminded of over the last few years. Our justice system is not always fair.
The mayor of Seattle has just announced that city officials are starting work on legislation that would vacate or dismiss charges for misdemeanor marijuana possession.
From Inmates to Entrepreneurs The Defy program challenges inmates to harness their drive and reimagine their futures.