How can a person who commits murder or rapes a child receive lesser time than an individual who is charged with a low-level drug offense?
Global Grind has exclusively obtained the poignant letter that McGriff sent to the President, seeking clemency for his alleged crimes.
The Brooklyn District Attorney on Thursday announced plans to drop charges against an on-duty postal worker who was arrested in March, reports DNAinfo New York. “In the interest of justice, I asked the court to dismiss the disorderly conduct charge,” Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson said in a statement. Glenn Grays, 27, was charged with disorderly conduct […]
While video cameras captured the controversial arrest and Grays' compliance, what they didn't capture was what happened in the vehicle after officers pulled off.
The New York Daily News reports that the Southport Correctional facility near Elmira, NY has shelled out $10 million to prisoners in 175 settlements over the past five years. The lawsuits all share the same details of abuse, torture, and mistreatment.
Joyce Curnell, who was battling sickle-cell anemia, alcoholism and hypertension, was found dead in her cell just before 5 p.m. ET on July 22. She had been deprived of water for 27 hours.
Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera had a terrible start to the New Year, and his situation might get even worse.
People serving time after being wrongfully accused is nothing new, but every exoneration feels just as freeing as the last.
A man who was arrested during the Baltimore protests -- sparked by the death of a 25-year-old unarmed Black man in police custody -- is suing the police department for excessive force, wrongful arrest and battery.