Body camera footage shows that Delaware police cited Jonathan Guessford for flipping them off, even though they later agreed it was his right to do so
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The decision supports the notion that victims are entitled to recourse when the state retaliates against people for their words. But that recourse is still not guaranteed.
Better policing could solve the police-recruiting crisis.
The law makes it harder to record and observe police activity.
When a bystander offered to give the officers flotation devices and a small boat, they refused.
In this case, an LA SWAT team destroyed an innocent store owner's shop in the process of trying to catch a suspect.
Carlos Pena's livelihood has been crippled. It remains to be seen if he'll have any right to compensation.
Both the state attorney general and the state legislature declined to defend the law in court after the ACLU of Arizona and news media organizations sued to overturn it.
Police claimed Mack Nelson fell while resisting an officer. A video proved them wrong.
SeanPaul Reyes has been arrested and threatened by NYPD for filming in public places, including inside police precincts. He says that's a violation of his First Amendment rights.
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He Caught a Burglar in the Act. But When Police Came, He Says They Tased Him Instead of the Intruder.
Damien Smith claims in a new lawsuit that police racially profiled him and violated his First, Fourth, and 14th Amendment rights.
Joshua Rohrer not only seeks damages for his violent arrest but also wants the city's anti-panhandling ordinance overturned on First Amendment grounds.
Civil forfeiture is a highly unaccountable practice. The justices have the opportunity to make it a bit less so.
Adam Martinez was banned from school property after he criticized the district's decision to hire an officer deemed "ineligible for rehire" by the local sheriff's office.
Lai's media company covered the Communist government's abuses when other Hong Kong media wouldn't.
The National Association of Medical Examiners now says "excited delirium" should not be cited as a cause of death.
The city says the man's injuries were "caused solely as a result of his own acts or omissions."
Massachusetts reformed its notoriously bad public records laws in 2020, but reporters are still fighting to get the police misconduct files they're legally entitled to.
Minneapolis police used gratuitous force, discriminated against black and Native American residents, and retaliated against people exercising their First Amendment rights.
Her arrest may have been retaliation for her involvement in a lawsuit against the local police department.