Transgender inmates continue to receive sentences to be served at birth gender facilities.
Civil Rights Groups Sue City of Sebastopol for Ordinance Aimed at Displacing Residents Living in Their Vehicles
Sebastopol officials’ actions have made clear that they are more concerned with driving unhoused residents out of the city than providing meaningful solutions.
The Promise of Justice Initiative’s Statement on Louisiana Supreme Court Denying Remedy to Those Convicted by Jim Crow Jury Verdicts
Commonly known as Jim Crow jury verdicts, non-unanimous jury verdicts came from what U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh previously described as Louisiana’s last Jim Crow law.
New Hampshire residents, especially those belonging to racial minorities, are still at the mercy of often biased police officers.
According to the law, police officers are allowed to use reasonable force in the course of their duty.
Using violence against a civilian who has already surrendered is against the law.
When they do use force to make an arrest or to prevent a suspect from fleeing they need to make sure that the force they use is reasonable and proportional to the threat that individual poses.
Probe into Mississippi apartment buildings finds their owners and an employee were discriminating against Black tenants.