Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune By Jolie Mccullough Moving the most violent and troubled youths to adult prison makes it easier to help others in juvenile facilities, some prosecutors […]
Tag: Criminal Justice
Yearning for Justice for Ralph Yarl
By Alvin A. Reid Originally appeared in St. Louis American Family members of Ralph Yarl, the Kansas City youth who was shot twice by a white homeowner last Thursday after […]
What Really Happened to Shanquella Robinson?
Originally appeared in Defender Network New information is coming to light in a case that has garnered attention nationwide. A police report says Shanquella Robinson was alive when medical help […]
Prison Contractor Accused of Billing Texas Millions for Inmate Treatment Programs it Didn’t Provide
By Jolie Mccullough Originally appeared in Texas Tribune Before being released on parole, most Texas prisoners must complete treatment programs like life skills or addiction therapy. Private prison operator Management […]
Texas Prosecutors Voice Concern About New Abortion Restrictions
An article written over the weekend by the Texas Tribune diving into the impact of Roe v. Wade being overturned on prosecutors and medical professionals.
President Biden Establishes White House Task Force Addressing Online Harassment and Abuse
By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia According to a White House Fact Sheet, one in three women under the age of 35 in the United States […]