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Police Officers Fired for Ignoring Crime in Progress

Recent court documents unveiled disciplinary actions against two LAPD officers, actions which resulted in their firing. Former LAPD officers Louis Lozano ...


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Whistleblower Ousted from Police Union in Retaliation

When Joliet Police sergeant Javier Esqueda received a hand-delivered letter from one of his peers, he knew it was bad news. The letter was from the president ...


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Inmate Refuses to Leave Prison After Acquittal

An inmate caused a mild drama in the Nigerian High Court after a judge acquitted him of all charges against him, but he refused and demanded to go back ...


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Women Demand Justice for Immigrant Sister’s Death

Wayomi and Poornima Rathnayake are trying to shine a light onto negligence and corruption in the Japanese immigration system after their older sister ...


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Black Children Jailed for Crime That Doesn't Exist

Judge Donna Scott Davenport was the subject of a recent ProPublica investigation because of the staggering rate at which children are arrested and put ...


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That Tempting Big Mac

A woman from Omsk, Russia, is reportedly suing McDonald's over an advertisement featuring cheeseburgers and chicken nuggets, which she said caused ...


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Wrongful Arrest Results in Police ID Reform Bill

In the spring of 2018, Charles Battle II had no idea that he would become the focal point of his local community’s struggle to reform the way police ...


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Proving You’re Not Dead

Jeanne Pouchain knows she’s not dead. But she has to prove it in court. The 58-year-old French woman was declared dead by a court in 2017 during ...


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The Risk of Falling

The risk of falling should be obvious. It is so obvious that it has become an established part of the legal system. In a recent civil case, an appeals ...


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Former Bank Robber Sworn in as a Lawyer

Twenty years ago, 19-year-old Robert W. VanSumeren stood nervously in a Michigan courtroom as Judge Michael Smith sentenced him to six years in prison ...


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