“We live like hermit crabs, schlepping our stuff here and there, taking up a new shell for a while then moving on.”
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Tattoos, beards and past drug use are okay. What next?
When it comes to setting the record straight, court reporting technology is still not up to speed.
This piece originally appeared in the Pacific Standard.
In the year since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida that killed 17 people and wounded five, the reaction by both state and federal legislators has largely follo…
It’s not how many, it’s how you use them.
A California court case could unravel decades of police secrecy.
The number of people in immigration detention has increased under every presidential administration for more than 25 years.
Missouri lawsuit says that the state’s parole process puts too many people back behind bars.
“I didn’t have anything to offer her except a lot of lonely nights.”