Jacob Chansley has agreed to spend 41 to 51 months in prison for his role in the 6 January riots.
Jeffrey Epstein’s death by suicide has led to many legitimate questions that should be investigated. It has also led to the rise of a number of baseless conspiracy theories.
The Justice Department has issued a damning report.
Paul Manafort finds himself in new legal trouble after Special Counsel Robert Mueller accused him of lying after entering a plea agreement.
Throughout the War On Terror, John McCain stood out as a strong moral voice against the use of torture against prisoners. For that he deserves the thanks of a grateful nation.
We may finally get a ruling applying the Excessive Fine Clause to the states and limiting the ability of police to confiscate property.
Former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke loses out on yet another Trump Administration position thanks to Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke has resigned and will reportedly go to work for Donald Trump.
With the exception of the mandatory Federal death penalty appeals, the legal process is basically over in the Charleston Church shootings.
Donald Trump stuck his foot in his mouth again.
Jeremiah Denton, a Vietnam War hero and one-term US Senator from Alabama, has died. He was 89.
Bradley Manning’s announcement that she wishes to begin living life as a woman poses some interesting legal questions.
The conviction of Marine Sergeant Lawrence Hutchins III for war crimes in 2006 has been overturned.
George Will declares solitary confinement tantamount to torture.
We’re literally choosing locking up drug offenders over investing in our children.
Pfc. Bradley Manning is being treated worse than a Prisoner Of War, and he hasn’t been convicted of a crime yet.
The saga of accused Wikileaks conspirator Bradley Manning continues to get uglier, with the military acknowledging that he was forced to spend the day naked for, well, no apparent reason.
WikiLeaker Bradley Manning has been held “under conditions that constitute cruel and inhumane treatment and, by the standards of many nations, even torture” for seven months and counting.