A Texas jail suicide involving a woman who couldn’t make bail in a shoplifting case highlights of the plight of pretrial detainees with mental illness.
Lauren Gill Oct 12, 2018
With journalist Roxanna Asgarian.
Adam H. Johnson Aug 02, 2018
The Hart family’s apparent murder-suicide drew headlines, but the path to the tragedy started much earlier—in Texas.
Roxanna Asgarian Jul 12, 2018
Lawrence Parrish faces charges including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and remains jailed on $500,000 bond even though the Austin police admitted he never shot at them.
Michael Arria Jul 02, 2018
In the era of #MeToo, can we hold law enforcement officials accountable?
Josie Duffy Rice May 31, 2018
Public defenders say the problem has disastrous effects on their clients' cases.
Carimah Townes May 23, 2018
Aviva Stahl Apr 12, 2018
Melissa Gira Grant Apr 03, 2018
Max Rivlin-Nadler Mar 30, 2018
Lauren Gill Mar 16, 2018
Alex Hannaford Mar 02, 2018
Josie Duffy Rice Feb 28, 2018
Rebecca McCray Feb 08, 2018
Faith Johnson’s recent indictment of a Mesquite police officer for shooting an innocent man follows years of work by community activists.
Rebecca McCray Dec 21, 2017
Bryce Covert Dec 08, 2017
Jail isn’t the “appropriate place” for all that get arrested, he says
Larry Hannan Nov 10, 2017
This case was always about race,” defense attorney said.
Larry Hannan Nov 08, 2017
Nico LaHood Faces a New Challenger in the Primary — His Former Law Partner, Who He Threatened to “Destroy
Former business partner of Nico LaHood will run against him after LaHood threatened to shut down his law practice
Larry Hannan Nov 06, 2017
Court watchers believe Justices will side with plaintiff
Larry Hannan Nov 04, 2017
Will the state with the second highest incarceration rate get its act together?
Carimah Townes Oct 27, 2017
Larry Hannan Sep 27, 2017
Larry Hannan Sep 05, 2017
Larry Hannan Aug 24, 2017
Larry Hannan Aug 18, 2017
Larry Hannan Jul 13, 2017