"Law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an 'unlawful assembly' and clear the area."
Like all things 2017, an old urban legend takes an even more ridiculous turn.
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.
The third-party doctrine is at odds with the Fourth Amendment.
Did the president really need a teachable moment to denounce neo-Nazis?
Authorities say they were trying to serve an arrest warrant for a man wanted for assault.
In one case, a person whose legal identity was listed as male was arrested for sitting at a bus stop while "dressed as a woman" and carrying condoms.
It's how their rules were made to work.
A deputy police chief's message to riders: "You’re not safe. We are coming for you."
But for the body camera footage…
Law enforcement audience applauds Trump's suggestion that they rough up suspects.
Louisiana's pre-trial diversion programs helps drivers avoid higher insurance premiums—and enriches DAs' offices.
Blockading the doors to a Heather Mac Donald speech is a kind of censorship.
Hundreds of millions in crime and court funding at stake
Assembly Bill 284 had little chance of passage because it dealt with an actual problem and was getting pushback from some muscular lobbies.
This is why law enforcement should not have control over whether footage is released.