All posts tagged "Eric Holder"
Sessions Undermines Bipartisan Push for Criminal Justice Reform
Sessions recently called on prosecutors to pursue the strictest sentences--even for non-violent offenders.
Why Eric Holder Can’t Save Silicon Valley Alone
Revelations after the recent sexual harassment allegations.
The Role of Prosecutors as Social Justice Advocates
How can prosecutors affect social justice change in the justice system?
Comcast, Time Warner Cable Merger is Off
Comcast and Time Warner decided not to move ahead with their merger, much to the DOJ and FCC's...
Police Officers Shot in Ferguson Show Tensions Haven’t Abated
The situation in Ferguson, Missouri turned violent again when two police officers were shot Wednesday night.
Task Force Calls for Police Shootings to be Reported to Federal Government
A federal task force is calling for all police shootings to be reported to a federal database.
Heroin: The New Drug of the Middle Class?
Why has heroin become a popular drug for middle class Americans?
Prisons Using Secretive Tests to Determine Release Eligibility
Some prisons are now determining if inmates should be released based on results of secret testing.
Fewer Federal Inmates for the First Time in Decades
The number of prisoners under federal jurisdiction decreased for the first time since 1980.
Race Double Standards – It’s the American Way
We've all seen the news coverage about the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. Not just the shooting,...
Are We Nearing the End of Failed Mandatory Minimum Sentences?
Keeping non violent criminals incarcerated for decades leads to overcrowded conditions and billions of taxpayer dollars. The mandatory...