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Left unsaid in the US Attorney General’s speech to law enforcement Friday: What happens if the city doesn’t.
Fresh off a diss from Donald Trump in the New York Times, America’s lawman-in-chief comes to town.
The death warrants have been around since 1995, a strain on court time and resources.
The affidavit tells the story of three failed drug deals and the grisly aftermath.
Jurors’ meals alone cost $14K; the TV setup for the media totaled $16K. And we’ll do it all again.
The number of incarcerated persons drops 18 percent, but costs still rise.
The Senator condemned a policy in the largest city he represents.
She’s basically been doing the job for months already.
Meet our June 2017 Who’s Next honorees.