It’s fair to say black men are distrustful of law enforcement, and for valid reasons. But should they be fearful, too?
Dr. Vibe and a group of black men discuss the “race card” issue between black and white Americans.
The proposal is part of a broader rethinking of criminal justice policy within the Obama administration.
A new Department of Justice policy says federal agents must record interrogations, as a way to protect against coercion and false confessions.
The Prison Rape Elimination Act was passed in Washington 2003. It still hasn’t been fully implemented.
Holder said he is personally monitoring the ongoing investigations into financial institutions and is “resolved to seeing them through.”
Finally, America has an Attorney General who “gets it”.
Most of the major players seem to be on board. Will prison reform succeed where other big ideas have failed?
Here’s why the Justice Department needed to intervene in student discipline.
On Friday, ALEC came forward with its support for shorter prison sentences for low-level offenders, likely hoping to change its image.
Reforming mandatory minimum sentences for low-level drug offenders.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to consider its own major reform to its guidelines.
US Attorney General Set to Announce End to Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Non-Violent, Low-Level Drug Charges
Attorney General Eric Holder is calling for major changes to the nation’s criminal justice system.
Holder vows to challenge voter suppression efforts after Supreme Court ruling