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Body-cam footage of white southern cops on horses leading an arrested black man reeked of Jim Crow era policing to some.
DNA testing crime scene evidence is an "unreasonable delay" in the execution of a man who's claimed innocence since 1988
A city is trying to appeal a jury's decision to award a man with compensation for spending 27 innocent years in prison.
Two men claim cops stole over 200K from their business, but a court ruled the cops "could not have known" that was wrong
Prosecutors sending innocent people to prison have cost the federal government more than $3 billion in lawsuits.
A man's lawyers have until Tuesday to appeal court's decision to not retry case, saying no "limitation on innocence."
Police said the man's Facebook photo resembled the description of the rapist so he ended up spending two years in jail.
Meek Mill founded Reform Alliance this year, an organization involving business leaders and executives.
A legal loophole lets public officials get away with violating your constitutional rights if they are the first to do it
The Florida shooter who killed a man after being shoved has a history of recklessly handling his gun.