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Parents Against CPS Corruption Want Judges Out

Parents Against CPS Corruption Want Judges Out

A national family rights group, Parents Against CPS (Child Protective Services) Corruption (PACC), is targeting three Contra Costa County Superior Court judges, Rebecca Hardie, Jill Fannin, and Lois Haight, demanding their immediate removal from the bench.
The two judges are accused by PACC...


John Roberts Helps Uphold Digital Privacy

John Roberts Helps Uphold Digital Privacy

Heaven help us all as U.S. Supreme Court swing voter Anthony Kennedy announces his retirement and the Republicans gear up to nominate a conservative judge to replace him.
Pundits claim Chief Justice John Roberts is now the court’s swing voter, and while that remains to be seen, there is...

3 Ways Alcohol and Marijuana Prohibition Match-Up

3 Ways Alcohol and Marijuana Prohibition Match-Up

More and more states are legalizing marijuana for recreational use, seeking the economic benefits that pioneers like Colorado and Washington currently enjoy.
Michigan lawmakers are voting on Marijuana legalization this week, without even sending it to the ballot, and Florida Democrats are...


Still No Consequences for “Testi-Lying” Cops

Still No Consequences for “Testi-Lying” Cops

Honest police testimony is vital to the functioning of the criminal justice system. Without it, innocent people go to jail, criminals go free, and Americans lose their trust in the system.
Yet, most people would be shocked at the amount of lying and perjury committed by police officers every...

Depth of Police Corruption in New Jersey Revealed

Depth of Police Corruption in New Jersey Revealed

When it comes to corruption, the Garden State has never taken a back seat to anyone. However, a comprehensive review of the level of documented police corruption in New Jersey is enough to shock even the most jaded resident.
Across the state, local governments have spent millions in...

California Fail: CA Bail Rules Vary Insanely by Geography

California Fail: CA Bail Rules Vary Insanely by Geography

If you’re arrested in California, how much bail you’ll have to pay depends not on the offense, but on the location. Anyone arrested for misdemeanor public drunkenness in Los Angeles must pay $250 in bail to get out of jail, but the same level of drunkenness in San Bernardino County...

Police Get Slap on the Wrist for Sex Scandal

Police Get Slap on the Wrist for Sex Scandal

Powerful men are losing their positions left and right these days with the emergence of sexual harassment and other sexually-related scandals.
The long overdue exposure of this behavior, however, isn’t trickling down to local police departments. Per the norm, police officers...

U.S. Supreme Court Decides Major Criminal Justice Cases This Term

U.S. Supreme Court Decides Major Criminal Justice Cases This Term

The 2017-18 United State Supreme Court term started the first Monday in October. They will deal with some major criminal justice issues, including vehicle searches and digital privacy.
There are two cases in particular, Carpenter v. the United States and Collins v. Virginia, that this court...