I can't think of a less sympathetic group to defend than sex offenders. But here I go.TalkLeft had a post up the other day about the predicament in which many.
As you - loyal readers - now know (because I write about it ad nauseum), the criminal justice system's reliance on eyewitness testimony has led to many many (many) false.
The title of this post sounds crazy, huh? Unfortunately, for some women around the country who are mourning their stillbirths or miscarriages it's all too applicable.There's news today that a.
I may have found the answer to the question I posed to you all over the weekend about what kind of weekly fill-in-the-blank blogging you'd like to see. The answer.
The live free or die state isn't so good to those who aren't free, it turns out. Via Feministing, I found an article about overcrowding in women's prisons in New.
Sometimes I am appalled at the roadblocks that courts set up in the way of justice. Ironic, isn't it?The NY Times has the story today of Troy A. Davis, a.
A lot of ink (or e-ink) has been spilled today about Bush's commutation of Scooter Libby's sentence. Scott touched on Bush's consistency when it comes to pardons -- loyalty is.
Janet Jackson had her Rhythm Nation. We have our Prison Nation.The numbers are in, and it turns out that the U.S. prison population grew more in 2005-2006 than in any.