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    Morning links: Johnny Cash, prison reformer
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Morning links: Johnny Cash, prison reformer
    This month marks the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash’s concert at Folsom Prison. Read this old (but just published) interview with his daughter Rosanne about the concert. I also recommend this excellent two-part podcast from Mariame Kaba about Johnny Cash’s advocacy for prison reform. He was a man ahead of his time. In 2017, 33 […]

    City says white jury was motivated by racial bias when ruling against cops who killed unarmed black man
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    This is quite the excerpt from a recent opinion written by federal district court judge Barbara Rothstein: “Zaro and Wiley orchestrated an operation, executed in critical part by Markert, whereby an unarmed man who was negotiating the temporary release of his four-year-old son to the boy’s grandmother was subject to an explosive breach of his […]

    Morning links: ICE raids target 7-Elevens
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Morning links: ICE raids target 7-Elevens
    Congress considers a bipartisan bill with more than 20 sponsors and co-sponsors to remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act. This would leave regulation of the drug to the states. The term “open borders” is a badly flawed description of our current immigration laws. Federal law enforcement agencies are deliberately concealing — from both courts and defense […]

    Orgies, devil men and knife-wielding maniacs: A quick history of cannabis hysteria in California
    Posted on Tuesday January 09, 2018

    Orgies, devil men and knife-wielding maniacs: A quick history of cannabis hysteria in California
    As of last week, recreational marijuana is legal in California. And at about the same time legalization took effect, Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared to be flirting with a federal crackdown on those states that have legalized the drug. California, of course, is not the first state to legalize the drug for recreational use, but it has generally […]

    Morning links: New Philadelphia DA cleans house, firing longtime prosecutors
    Posted on Monday January 08, 2018

    The new reform-minded district in Philadelphia is cleaning out the old guard. Meanwhile, a Mississippi district attorney who also ran on a reform platform reflects back on two years in office. Why the rule of law requires a federalist approach to marijuana laws. Did Attorney General Jeff Sessions just inspire Congress to end federal prohibition of […]

    Deadly ‘swatting’ hoaxes and the dangerous conditioning of cops
    Posted on Thursday January 04, 2018

    Deadly ‘swatting’ hoaxes and the dangerous conditioning of cops
    By now, most of you have probably seen this story: Online gamers have said in multiple Twitter posts that the shooting of a man Thursday night by Wichita police was the result of a “swatting” prank involving two gamers. Swatting is an internet prank where someone makes a call to a police department with a false […]

    Morning links: Texas cops arrest citizen journalist for doing journalism
    Posted on Wednesday January 03, 2018

    Citizen journalist arrested for publishing information given to her by a police officer. The official charge is “misuse of official information,” which sounds constitutionally dubious. If it’s illegal to profit off of “official information” in Texas, then Texas has basically outlawed most journalism. Georgia police raid party, find less than an ounce of marijuana. Because no […]

    Civil liberties predictions for 2018
    Posted on Friday December 29, 2017

    Civil liberties predictions for 2018
    The end of December is typically the time for year-end lists, best-of lists, and predictions for the year ahead. This post is the latter — it’s an indication of where I think civil liberties are headed in 2018. These predictions are admittedly cynical —  perhaps even a bit far-fetched or paranoid. But there’s some value […]

    Afternoon links: NYC crime at lowest rate in 60 years
    Posted on Thursday December 28, 2017

    Erica Garner, the daughter of Eric Garner who became a police-reform activist after her father’s death, has suffered a heart attack. Medical personnel have declared her “brain dead with no chance of recovery.” Appeals court upholds $90,000 judgment in favor of Louisiana family wrongly raided during a botched drug bust. Meanwhile, a Chicago woman wants answers after police […]

    The Watch year in review
    Posted on Thursday December 21, 2017

    The Watch year in review
    It was an odd year to be on the criminal-justice beat. As promised, the Trump administration set about dismantling whatever progress we were making toward criminal-justice reform at the federal level (why do politicians only keep their bad promises?) and continued to spread misinformation about how often crimes occur and who commits them. Of course, President […]

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