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On the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder by police officer Derek Chauvin, questions remain about the emerging role of technology in the criminal justice process. Bystanders like Darnella Frazier, the teenager who recorded the death of Mr. Floyd on her smartphone, are now empowered to film police officers engaged in egregious and potentially unlawful acts. …

Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at the Department of Justice on April 26. Mandel Ngan/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Mandel Ngan/Pool/AFP via Getty Images Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at the Department of Justice on April 26. Mandel Ngan/Pool/AFP via Getty Images The Justice Department released a portion of an internal memo …

Outgoing Chief Justice of India (CJI) S A Bobde, credited with ensuring Supreme Court‘s quick transition to technology during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, referred to new kind of “equality and inequality” in virtual hearings, saying now “access to justice depends on access to technology”. In his farewell address at the virtual function organised by Supreme …

CLOSE Curfew didn’t stop hundreds from a second day of protesting for Daunte Wright, a 20-year old killed by Brooklyn Center Police on April 11, 2021. USA TODAY BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. — Communities across the nation marched and mourned for the third consecutive night Tuesday in memory of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man who was …

CAPE CORAL, FLA — Policing and the push to improve it, is heavy on the minds of many, especially now. One major criticism is that law enforcement is heavy-handed and over-policing communities and people for non-violent crimes over and over. The Florida Sheriff’s Research Institute recently hit back against that claim, with this report. In …

Breyer, a Harvard law alumnus who also taught at the school, is the court’s oldest justice at 82. President Joe Biden’s election and Democrats’ paper-thin Senate majority have prompted talk that Breyer, appointed by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1994, could soon retire, perhaps as early as the summer. While he has said nothing publicly …

A Mid-City family is still grieving and seeking justice for the death of Steven Lopez, who was shot and killed three years ago while riding his bike. Imagining losing a loved one can send pains to the heart, but this mother and daughter had to live through it a few years back. Flavia Hernandez says …

Following a record-breaking 10 week reign at No. 1, Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album has officially been dethroned by Justin Bieber’s Justice. For the first time since January, Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album is not sitting atop the charts in the United States. Bieber’s just-released gold certified album, Justice, debuted at the No. 1 spot for …

But over the next four weeks, the debate in Chauvin’s trial inside a Hennepin County, Minnesota, courthouse will shift toward legal specifics. How exactly did Floyd die, medically speaking? How aware was Chauvin that Floyd could die? What does “culpable negligence” actually mean? As opening statements in the trial begin Monday, the gulf between the …

On this special episode on the Ringer-Verse feed, Van Lathan and Charles Holmes share their thoughts and opinions on the four-hour epic that the internet demanded. They debate how the movie stacks up to Snyder’s other films and discuss whether it was worth the wait and the running time. You can follow The Ringer-Verse on …