Bound to attract some serious attention: a $4 billion bond

Was it arguably unconstitutional? Yes. Did it achieve its stated purpose of spotlighting what its author regards as a sometimes "ridiculous" aspect of the criminal justice system? Ditto that, too, as evidenced by reports from news outlets across the country. Here's what manifestly bother...

Lawful arrests or improper police action without probable cause?

Developments that are emerging in the aftermath of massive arrests effected by police officers in the nation's capital last Friday are taking on a decided "we say, they say" hue. We: As cops, we're telling you that the cordon-and-arrest tactics we carried out against demonstrators in a confined d...

Here’s why timely, proven criminal defense counsel is an imperative

Upon hearing the details of the following story, we're confident that most of our readers fervently wish a positive outcome for its principal, who earlier this month filed a federal complaint seeking damages for a horrific experience he endured owing to unquestioned third-party negligence. In a n...

This criminal case is frightening, because it could happen to you

It is certainly sensible and convenient for every American to think that the country's criminal justice system is essentially rational and protective of civil rights. What other way is there to logically gauge the might and enforcement prerogatives of state and federal officials commanding the po...

Predictive policing: Yes, critics have a problem with it

How would you feel as an Indianapolis resident if a cop stopped you on a city street and began asking searching personal questions about your mindset and activities? Notwithstanding the angst you might have if you view that such interaction is not warranted by any suspicious conduct on your part...
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