Organization helps poor people cover costs to get out of jail before their trials. Why is this a problem?
When half of a court's funding comes from criminal defendants, incentives get twisted.
New Orleans Threatens Man with Jail for Mural Replicating Trump's Crass 'Grab Them by the Pussy' Comments
ACLU steps in to fight zoning regulations that appear to let officials veto art based on content.
"There is nothing inherent" to strip clubs "that causes crime," say city planners.
In a series of protests, strip club workers and their allies are pushing back against abusive policing.
After the media revealed the threatening, fraudulent notices, a lawsuit has targeted the practice.
New Orleans Public Defender Investigator Was Criminally Charged by Prosecutor She Was Up Against In Court
"Every time you go in there, you wonder if you aren't going to be jailed," one defense attorney told Reason.
Says the commanders are responsible for many reforms already implemented.
Police unsurprisingly want to punish speech against them.
Five officers involved in the 2005 Danziger Bridge shooting and cover-up were previously found guilty, but the verdict was overturned.
New Orleans students have learned more and they are better-prepared for college and careers than they were before the city's education reform.
Zoning enforcement is being used to rid the French Quarter of souvenir shops.
C. Ray Nagin is facing up to 20 years behind bars
Ex-Mayer Nagin faces bribery charges
Said there was no "payoff" in dealings
Pending decision on request for a new trial
Prostitution laws are being arbitrarily enforced
Was convicted along with other officers who disposed of the body and tried to cover up the killing, but a court ruled the cop should've been tried separately
Former New Orleans Mayor, Facing Trial for Corruption, First to Take Advantage of Court Ruling That Ordered New Trial in Danziger Bridge Shootings
Justice Department now on the defensive in the historically corrupt New Orleans
Former Mayor Ray Nagin, Other Officials Accused of Corruption, Use Danziger Trial Ruling to File Own Appeals
Judge ordered new trial for cops convicted of killing people on the Danziger bridge after Hurricane KAtrina, because of prosecutorial misconduct
When prosecutorial misconduct meets accusations of police corruption
Mayor trying to assign credit
New Orleans Mayor Says City Too Broke To Pay For Mandated Prison Reform, Still Has $50 Million in FEMA Money
FEMA money specifically allocated to rebuild prisons
Originally agreed to build a municipal complex across the street but not Mitch Landrieu wants a $300 million civic center instead
Including a two-year-old in critical condition
Fueled by a 20 year low in homicides in New Orleans
New Orleans mayor wants more
19-year-old with history of firearms and drug charges
Mayor last week vetoed an ordinance loosening restrictions
The hell is taking so long?
Fund's in "serious financial distress"
Sheriff calls the move a "political attack"