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April 18, 2019

Gang Database ‘Strains Police-Community Relations’ City Watchdog Says

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WTTW

April 17, 2019

Guns, Violence, Gorsuch in Spotlight in Supreme Court Dispute

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Bloomberg Law

April 11, 2019

Chicago police gang data collection faulted by city’s inspector general as unchecked and unreliable

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Chicago Tribune

April 10, 2019

Split High Court Upholds Post-Plea Appeal Rights

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Law360

April 10, 2019

Conservatives’ takeover of Supreme Court stalled by John Roberts-Brett Kavanaugh bromance

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USA Today

April 3, 2019

4 African Americans eliminated from jury can seek damages

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Associated Press

April 3, 2019

City to stop arresting and jailing people for unpaid fines

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Associated Press

April 3, 2019

The City of Meridian Agrees to Stop Incarcerating Residents Unable to Pay Fines and Fees

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Mississippi Public Broadcasting

April 3, 2019

Illinois Dept. of Corrections Moves Trans Woman to Women’s Prison

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SPRINGFIELD, IL – After suffering repeated sexual and physical assaults inside Illinois men’s prisons, Janiah Monroe, a 29-year old transgender woman, has been transferred to a women’s prison. Her transfer marked the second time in recent months that a trans woman has won a transfer to a woman’s prison following the filing of a lawsuit...
April 2, 2019

Four African Americans Get Go-Ahead for Lawsuit Challenging Race-Based Jury Selection in Caddo Parish

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ALEXANDRIA, LA – A federal judge has issued an historic ruling permitting four African Americans to pursue a damages lawsuit alleging they were blocked from serving on a jury in Caddo Parish due to their race. Judge Dee D. Drell, of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, released the order Monday...