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“A Hard Road to Reality”
by Cody Hall ||
Sibel Edmond’s story is one that history knows all too well. So long as the people of this world are indoctrinated into accepting the illusion of authority, there will be stories of those strong willed people that strive for truth & justice that must walk the hard road to reality.Read more »
Ryan Holle, 25, convicted of murder, is serving life without the chance of parole at the Wakulla Correctional Institution in Florida.Read more »
The Illinois Supreme Court announced Tuesday that it will start allowing cameras and recorders in state courtsRead more »
Ian's charges are dropped - hope he is "in the clear" for nowRead more »
In the face of budget cuts, Topeka county courts have stopped hearing marijuana possession and distribution cases. Oh, no, wait. They've stopped hearing domestic violence cases and are pondering repealing the domestic violence law entirely. TO SERVE AND PROTECT!Read more »
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Friday requiring trial judges to tell jurors that existing bans on conducting their own research about the case, or talking to outsiders about it, applies to electronic and wireless communication. Violations by jury members will be punishable by up to six months in jail for criminal contempt.Read more »
The San Francisco Superior Court announced Monday that it's laying off more than 40 percent of its staff and shuttering 25 courtrooms because of budget cuts.Read more »
The state of New Jersey has separated a healthy newborn baby (now aged 3) from her mother because the mother refused to pre-consent to a C-section that no doctor decided was necessary. Now, after three years of court battles, the state decided that the child's welfare was never in danger. Yet she and her husband are still separated from their daughter for "acting irrational, hostile, and yelling" in response to the hospital and the state stealing their baby.Read more »
Police Chief-turned-District Attorney George Gascón is drafting a plan to remake San Francisco's swamped criminal justice system by moving thousands of petty offenders into a network of volunteer-run community courts. "In many cases, we are criminalizing people we don't need to," Gascón said, adding that the current system is financially "unsustainable."Read more »
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