Four women spent more than thirteen years in prison because of bad science and scurrilous tales told by children who had been coached by an adult. They’re free now, but who else is sitting behind bars based on these types of false accusations?
Brian DeAngelis stepped down from his post as Texas A&M-Kingsville’s athletic director after he was accused of taking photos up a teen’s skirt at Walmart.
Special prosecutor Michael McCrum is “very troubled” about the way the Governor made good on his promise to pull funding for the unit if its head, embattled Travis County district attorney Rosemary Lehmberg, failed to resign her position.
On February 3, 2012, Fred Yazdi shot and killed 23-year-old Enrique Recio. In the latest test of Texas’s Castle Doctrine, his trial ended last night with a conviction.
Gawker got wind that the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s Connally Unit recently was shut down due to “chronic staff staffing shortages and water outages.”
Ever wondered what it’s like to go to jail? The Express-News sent a reporter through the booking process—but how well does it reflect the experience of people who aren’t going in voluntarily?