The Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v Wade in Dobbs had a huge impact, which is likely to extend to the criminal justice system.
Speedy trial waivers have come an ordinary part of the criminal justice system in the United States. But they mean giving up your rights.
The 110-year sentence for truck driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos has already made headlines, but it feels like the prosecutor's "memento" from the case won't be far behind.
The trial of Michael Avenatti took an interesting turn this week when the judge declared a mistrial. The reason? A prosecutor's misconduct.
The fact that Cosby's convictions were overturned made headlines for many reasons, but one should be the flaws with prosecutorial discretion.
The danger of racially homogenous juries is well-documented, but laws that exclude people with criminal records from serving on a jury whitewash juries by default.
Allegheny County DA Stephen Zappala may face accountability after his unethical plea deal memo went public, but only time will tell.
Taxpayers cover the cost of police body camera footage but often don't get access to it. A police accountability board could change that.