Maybe Brett Hankison shouldn't have been found not guilty, but he was. The Constitution says it should stop there.
Thankfully, you don't need fancy dining halls or a college degree to have a good life or get a good job.
The city says the man's injuries were "caused solely as a result of his own acts or omissions."
Before assaulting her, the cops taunted her for being homeless, she claims.
Myles Cosgrove never faced criminal charges in connection with Taylor's death, but he was fired for his reckless use of deadly force.
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Under the new Kentucky law, state-licensed dispensaries will begin serving qualifying patients in 2025.
Supervisors and judges tolerated outrageous constitutional violations, including illegal searches and brutal assaults.
Gov. Andy Beshear issued a conditional pardon aimed at protecting people who use marijuana for medical purposes from criminal prosecution.
A legal assault on charter schools will deprive families of educational options.
To be eligible for a pardon, patients will have to obtain cannabis from other states and document their diagnoses and purchases.
Voters in California, Michigan, and Vermont embraced constitutional amendments to protect abortion rights, while Kentuckians rejected an anti-abortion amendment.
Lethal drug raids in Louisville and Houston were based on fishy police affidavits that turned out to be fraudulent.
So far no one has been held criminally liable for the disastrous drug raid, which was based on a flimsy and falsified search warrant affidavit.
Perhaps the government shouldn't be running golf courses in the first place?
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The police officers who allegedly framed William Virgil were denied qualified immunity. But they're still trying to delay a trial.
Prosecutor Extorts $300,000 Out of Alleged Drug Dealer by Threatening His Entire Family With Charges
Patrick Card's story is a case study in how the state uses civil forfeiture to try to coerce plea bargains.
A Jury Concludes That Blindly Firing 10 Rounds Into Breonna Taylor's Apartment Was Not 'Wanton Endangerment'
Brett Hankison's acquittal shows how difficult it is to hold cops accountable for abusing their power.
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The former detective's trial should not obscure the responsibility of the drug warriors who authorized, planned, and executed the deadly raid.
In a lawsuit, Marc Crawford's widow says the state refused to give him his prescriptions and his chemotherapy.
Six states don’t allow any horse racing bets, but others still make it difficult.
Unresponsive government institutions fuel state-level measures to help parents and children pick learning models that suit them.
Kentucky is now the 28th state with some form of school choice.
Gov. Andy Beshear blocked a bill that would have allowed families to cross district lines in pursuit of better schools.
When Amazon won't sell your book, you can head to Barnes & Noble. When government cancels your expression, there's nowhere left to go.
After losing at the Supreme Court in 2019, state lawmakers are now targeting fulfillment houses in an attempt to stop consumers from buying what they want.
The Kentucky Bill That Would Criminalize Words That Offend Cops Also Would Authorize Arrests for Distributing Water Bottles
The heavy-handed measure, a direct response to the protests provoked by the shooting of Breonna Taylor, looks like an attempt to deter constitutionally protected activity.
Louisville's police chief wants to fire an officer who shot Taylor and a detective who "lied" in the search warrant affidavit.
SCOTUS Declines To Let Kentucky Religious Schools Reopen Without Addressing the Constitutionality of Closing Them
The justices emphasized that K-12 schools are currently scheduled to reopen after winter break.
And in a three-way race for governor in Indiana, Libertarian Donald Rainwater gets more than 13 percent and wins more than 20 counties.
Freed To Speak, Grand Juror Says Charges in Breonna Taylor's Death Were Never Considered, Let Alone Rejected
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said "the grand jury agreed" that indicting the two officers who shot Taylor was inappropriate.
A Month Before Louisville Drug Warriors Killed Breonna Taylor, They Knew the 'Suspicious Packages' She Supposedly Was Receiving Came From Amazon
The detective who obtained the search warrant cited the deliveries to falsely implicate Taylor in drug trafficking.