‘They treated me like a dog’: An Immigrant Was Forced to Clean the Truck of the Border Agent Who Arrested Him
Under ‘Operation Streamline,’ Border Patrol has become responsible for the housing and transporting of immigrants.
Max Rivlin-Nadler Aug 14, 2018
‘Operation Streamline’ speeds up immigration prosecutions.
Max Rivlin-Nadler Aug 10, 2018
In the wake of Nia Wilson’s murder, it’s critical that calls for justice in response to anti-Black violence are not contingent upon appeals to white-approved notions of innocence and respectability.
Zoé Samudzi Aug 08, 2018
Earl McNeil’s family is demanding answers from the National City, California, police department.
Max Rivlin-Nadler Jul 19, 2018
Legislation passed in Massachusetts and pending in California would set a minimum age for children to enter the juvenile justice system.
Jeremy Loudenback Jul 17, 2018
A new lawsuit says Riverside County’s probation officers threaten to prosecute kids for ‘pre-delinquent’ behavior.
Carimah Townes Jul 10, 2018
New bail funds aren’t just getting immigrants out of detention—they’re helping them stay in the country permanently.
Defense attorneys say they’ll have only minutes to meet with their clients before the immigrants are convicted en masse.
Max Rivlin-Nadler Jul 06, 2018
San Francisco just became the first city in the nation to stop charging court fines and fees, but the rest of the state has a long way to go.
Teresa Mathew Jul 02, 2018
With Appeal staff reporter George Joseph.
Adam H. Johnson Jun 21, 2018
Public defenders say immigrants arrested under Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy are being denied their due process rights.
Max Rivlin-Nadler Jun 12, 2018
Death penalty mitigation offers juries a chance to see defendants in a different light.
Maura Ewing Jun 06, 2018
Across the state, most incumbents successfully fended off progressive challengers during the June 5 primary.
By charging shoplifters with felonies, Jeff Reisig is circumventing Prop 47, intended to reduce CA prison populations.
Jessica Pishko Jun 04, 2018
Max Rivlin-Nadler May 11, 2018
Law Enforcement Takes Unearned Victory Lap for Capture of One of Their Own — The Golden State Killer
Amelia McDonell-Parry May 09, 2018
Jessica Brand Mar 28, 2018
Max Rivlin-Nadler Mar 01, 2018
Shon Hopwood Feb 02, 2018
Maura Ewing Jan 24, 2018
Jessica Pishko Jan 18, 2018
Alaska’s new comprehensive criminal justice reform law will reduce the prison population by 13% and save taxpayers $380 million.
Bryce Covert Jan 10, 2018
Courtney Oliva Jan 05, 2018
On the morning of June 12, 2016, a small plane circled over Stanford University’s commencement ceremony trailing a banner reading, “Protect Survivors. Not Rapists. #PerskyMustGo.”
Alameda County Superior Court reversed license suspensions for 54,000 people who were punished for their inability to pay fines.
Rebecca McCray Dec 04, 2017
So far, the report card on the “Mexican Biker” prosecutor is mixed.
Carimah Townes Nov 21, 2017
Larry Hannan Nov 14, 2017
Alameda and Santa Clara County jail detainees round out the first week of a hunger strike for better conditions.
Rebecca McCray Oct 20, 2017
Larry Hannan Oct 12, 2017
Larry Hannan Sep 28, 2017
John Valerio shows that violent offenders can change.
Carimah Townes Sep 25, 2017
The decision was unanimous.
Carimah Townes Sep 21, 2017
“I was your worst nightmare.”
Sep 11, 2017
There are approximately 22,000 intravenous drug users in the city.
Carimah Townes Sep 08, 2017
Larry Hannan Aug 24, 2017
Rebecca McCray Aug 23, 2017
District attorneys want to keep an outdated system alive.
Larry Hannan Aug 21, 2017
Larry Hannan Aug 14, 2017
Charges dropped against black teenager, but no explanation for how she was mistaken for man wielding machete
Larry Hannan Aug 09, 2017
Honolulu prosecutor criticized for prosecuting woman who accused major campaign donor of sex discrimination
Larry Hannan Aug 02, 2017
Carimah Townes Jul 11, 2017
California Supreme Court finds “discriminatory bias” in prosecution’s use of peremptory jury strikes
Larry Hannan Jul 05, 2017