New York City Council Votes to Close Notorious Rikers Island Jail
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The Supreme Court Looks Poised to Outlaw Split Jury Verdicts
What Can the Classic Movie 12 Angry Men Teach Us About Trump Voters?
Amber Guyger Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for the Murder of Botham Jean
It Matters That Amber Guyger’s Jury Was Diverse
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Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio Wants to Bring Back His Brutal Tent City
How a Confederate Amnesty Case Could Save Black Death Row Inmates in North Carolina
Law Enforcement’s Use of Ancestry Websites Is a Huge Privacy Conundrum
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Swedish Court Finds ASAP Rocky Guilty of Assault for Role in Brawl
Two Prison Guards Reportedly Left Epstein Unattended for Hours Before His Death
A Trump-Appointed Prosecutor Is Trying to Kill D.C.’s Modest Criminal Justice Reform
Wesley Bell Stood Between Police and Protesters in Ferguson. Now He’s Overhauling How the County Approaches Prosecution.
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