Ethan Couch’s lawyers may have invoked a defense that is almost too ridiculous to describe. After seeing what his father is like you’ll almost understand.
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What Sanders is proposing for criminal justice reform could change America.
Seems Kim Davis may be going back to jail…
As bigoted Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis continues to sit in jail for contempt, her anti-gay conservative attorney appeared on MSNBC and got totally schooled by Chris Hayes.
Sometimes the people poking fun at the story are as entertaining as the story itself. This would be one of those times.
“Pastor” Ted also reportedly hooked the boy on drugs as a means of manipulation. Could there be other victims, as well?
In 2010, police locked a 16-year-old boy up in prison without a trial for a crime he says he didn’t commit. Now he’s dead by his own hand.
Another sexist conservative a**hole is now where he belongs. In a jail cell wearing an orange jumpsuit, just as we always knew he would be.
With prison riots, overcrowding, officer pay, and criminal operations run behind bars, our nation’s prison system is bordering on complete failure.
A child rapist strikes again – and this time, things would end a bit differently.
Finally, let’s jail the banksters!
It doesn’t matter why Robby Valentine was doing time in an Oklahoma county jail. No judge sentenced him to death. No jury sentenced him to undergo a lobotomy. This is the definition of ‘cruel and unusual punishment.’
What started with an innocent sanitary napkin ended with an invasive inspection.
Seattle Cops Drag 68-Year-Old Woman Off Plane, Jail Her For Three Days For Trying To Change Seats (VIDEO)
A 68-year-old woman spent three days in jail after Seattle cops dragged her off a United Airlines flight. Her crime? Moving to an empty seat.
“The government can’t tell you what god to pray to or to pray at all.”
Chad Chadwick was home drunk and depressed, so a concerned friend called the police.
Jerome Murdough was not an animal. He deserved better, both then and now.
The prosecution kept moving Browder’s trial date further and further away. After he had spent two and a half years in jail he was granted the opportunity by a new judge to plead guilty — Browder refused to do so, maintaining his claim that he is innocent.