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November 14, 2019

The Latest: Police deny existence of traffic stop records

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Associated Press

November 13, 2019

Local Activist, Journalist Sues City and Other Municipalities After Being Denied Police Traffic Stop Data

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MISSOURI – Phillip Weeks, a local activist who runs the non-profit news site The Gram, has filed suit against the City of St. Louis for violating the state’s Sunshine Law by refusing to give him information about vehicle stops conducted by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD). “We know there are racial disparities in...
November 10, 2019

Indiana will pay inmate $100K for each year he spent in solitary, lawyers say

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IndyStar

November 4, 2019

Rethinking Solitary Confinement: Danny Greenfield & Maggie Filler

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Northwestern University Law Review

November 1, 2019

Medical Care for Trans Women in Illinois Prisons Is Cruel and Unusual Punishment

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Truthout

October 31, 2019

Muslim Inmate Challenges Prison TV Ban in Fourth Circuit

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Courthouse News

October 17, 2019

Prison workers under investigation for allegedly mocking transgender inmates in private Facebook groups

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CNN

October 16, 2019

Sentenced to 2 days but held for 54: How one man’s jail suicide underscores Mississippi’s mental health care crisis

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The Washington Post

October 14, 2019

Mississippi Takes Steps to End Damning Delays in Evaluating Criminal Defendants

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ProPublica

October 7, 2019

Law enforcement seeks dismissal of DAPL excessive force lawsuit

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Grand Forks Herald