In Troy, New York, Nicholas Nigro was standing in his home videotaping an altercation between police officers and a college student when one of the officers noticed him and went over to shut the door. When Nigro protested, he was arrested for disorderly conduct and possessing an open container of alcohol.
Carrying this archaeologists' accessory in the city's downtown without government permission is now a misdemeanor.
This Woman Served 11 Years in Prison on a Marijuana Charge. She's Been Sent Back Over a Clerical Error.
Raquel Esquivel, convicted of a nonviolent drug offense in 2009, was put on home confinement during COVID-19.
Is a required content warning or algorithm change a violation of the First Amendment?
It Sure Looks Like Democrats Don't Have the Votes To Raise Enough Taxes To Pay for Their Massive Spending Bill
And it just might reduce the tax burden for the well-off in the short term.