A Brazoria man has been arrested for the 1993 killing of a San Antonio teenager, according to The Texas Department of Public Safety.
The San Marcos Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in a convenience store robbery.
An arrest has been made in a burglary-turned-shooting at a West Side neighborhood earlier this week.
Physical and mental abuse should not be part of a prison sentence, even for prisoners whose crimes are heinous, writes an attorney and advocate for prison reform.
Law enforcement needs careful guidelines to ensure the sophisticated counterterrorism surveillance tools developed in the aftermath of the New York attacks are not abused in daily police work. The UK might offer one model.
Attorneys for three of the defendants sought to separate their trial from Derek Chauvin’s proceeding, claiming unfair prejudice and warning that a joint trial could result in a blame game,
Jail staffing shortages continue, detainees aren’t getting to court, and Mayor Bill DeBlasio moves to toughen accountability.
The three men were part of a hacking operation that targeted tens of millions of smartphones and mobile devices around the world, including in the United States.
Georgia state prisons could face a consent decree as the Department of Justice limits violent federal policing tactics that have gained notoriety in the past year.
In an op-ed, Charles Bramesco argues that the return of the show to the Fox News empire provides a safe space “for the increasingly obsolete school of thought it represents.”
The massive bust ensnared a total of 14 defendants who threatened bodily harm to force union decisions that channeled kickbacks to the Colombo organized crime family.
Two scholars argue that restraining incarcerated pregnant women poses health and development risks to both mothers and babies.