The high court ruled that prosecutor Doug Evans violated Flowers' constitutional rights when Evans sought to keep African-Americans off of the jury.
'Some People Might Say That Ricky Fell Through a Crack in the System. This Is Not a Crack. This Is the System.'
Over 23 years ago Missouri’s criminal justice system failed a man charged with murder. This week he’s looking at his last best chance at freedom.
This Man Didn't Kill Anyone. Texas Plans To Execute Him Tonight Anyway. (UPDATE: Supreme Court Blocks Execution)
Texas' law of parties is to blame.
James Fields' defense team reportedly plans to argue self-defense.
No matter how heinous the crime, the state shouldn't be in the business of killing its citizens.
Hundreds may see their sentences overturned or shortened.
Valentino Dixon has been proclaiming his innocence for decades. After a golf magazine brought attention to his case, people started to listen.
A 10-year veteran of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Ortiz is also a "serial murderer" say Texas authorities.
A jury has sentenced Roy Oliver to 15 years in prison.
Jordan Edwards and his friends were driving away from a party when Roy Oliver shot and killed the 15-year-old.
After police said Tibbetts' killer is an illegal immigrant, conservatives started using her death to argue for stricter immigration enforcement.
The murder rate fell from 9.8 per 100,000 residents in 1991 to 4.5 in 2014; it's estimated at 5.3 for 2016.
Authorities say they were trying to serve an arrest warrant for a man wanted for assault.
The examples they provide demonstrate why their solution is wrong.
Hmm. I wonder what other comparisons might one make?
Even with the murder rate ticking upwards over the past two years, we are still at a level that's less than half of the peak murder rate over the past 45 years.
Hate crimes against persons decreased in 2015 over the previous year. Anti-black, Jewish, and gay-male sentiment was most common.
Rep. Charles Boustany, Accused of Patronizing Murdered Sex-Workers in Louisiana, Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Reporter
The congressman is suing the author of Murder in the Bayou over claims the congressman patronized sex workers who were later killed.
"Warnings of a coming crime wave may be provocative, but they are not supported by the evidence."
A federal judge rules that the then-teenager's murder confession was involuntary and his Constitutional rights were violated.
Making a Murderer's Jerry Buting on New Evidence, Reddit Theories, and What the Documentary Left Out
Reason TV sits down with Steven Avery's defense attorney.
Patel was sentenced to 20 years in prison for taking the abortion pill without a doctor's supervision-or at least that's how her supporters portray the situation.
Sanders, who is a fan of communist regimes, accuses a center-right governor of being responsible for people dying because of his policy preferences.
Fatwas never die, even on Election Day.
For Gun Control Supporters, Japan's High Suicide Rate Is Much Less Interesting Than Its Low Homicide Rate
A Vox post about Australia highlights declines in suicide, a subject that a post about Japan does not even mention.
Prosecutors say Michelle Carter "wantonly and recklessly" caused her boyfriend's death.
One criminologist's reaction: "This report should calm the fears that many people have that these numbers are out of control."
An unforgettable documentary looks at the lasting scars of the Indonesian mass killings of 1965.
Man who opened fire in crowded theater fails with insanity-plea defense.
Is violence in art a crime?
Visiting the bridge where he was murdered.
Shoot and Kill No One, Get Charged with Murder Because Compatriot in Crime is Shot and Killed by Someone Else
"Elkhart Four" case highlights the curiosity of "felony murder" charges.
An old man shoots a female robber in the back. Her accomplice gets arrested for murder. What?
Average reduction of 15.9 percent in eight of America's 10 largest cities