Governor Jay Nixon ordered the Missouri National Guard out of Ferguson, Missouri before the grand jury released its decision on Michael Brown’s shooting death. As a result – DOZENS of Ferguson businesses were looted, torched and vandalized by hundreds of violent … Continue reading ?
Ferguson police have released an extraordinary video showing how one of the many stores were looted in Ferguson, Missouri after a grand jury declined to vote indictments in the Michael Brown case. The criminals are clearly shown and the police are seeking their names to arrest them. The video shows a collective effort to break […]
How the grand jury's decision in Ferguson changed one entrepreneur's business—and a community. It was a familiar hum. When you hear the helicopters begin to hover over Oakland, you know the people have taken to the streets. I reached for my phone. There it was: A grand jury had not indicted Darren Wilson over the killing of Michael Brown. Read Full Story
St. Louis County Police today released surveillance video of roughly 180 individuals who looted the Dellwood Market in Ferguson following the grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
A Kentucky doctor has been indicted by federal grand jury on charges of prescribing powerful pain killers to five patients who later died.
Is this the end of possible charges against Darren Wilson? First, a St. Louis judge denied a request for a new grand jury in the shooting of Michael Brown. Now the Department of Justice appears ready to announce there will be no civil...Show More Summary
St. Louis County police released a dramatic video Tuesday that shows dozens of people smashing their way into a Ferguson, Mo., market on the night the city erupted in violence after a grand jury declined to indict the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.
The Dellwood Market after it was looted in August. It was looted in November again by Ferguson protesters. More than 180 suspects looted the Dellwood Market following the grand jury decision on November 24, 2014. If you can identiy any … Continue reading ?
Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in a photo, presented to the grand jury, taken shortly after the shooting of Michael Brown. REUTERS/St. Louis County Prosecutor's Office Color us shocked. Read the rest
From a press release, Rep. Hank Johnson (D, GA-4) will be re-introducing his “Grand Jury Reform Act of 2014.” A copy of the five-page 2014 bill can be seen after the break. On Wednesday, Jan. 21, Rep. Hank Johnson (GA-04) will announce the re-introduction of his Grand Jury Reform Act of 2015. Show More Summary
Grand jury said to recommend charges against Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane [Philadelphia Inquirer, more, earlier here and here] Orin Kerr analyzes Obama admininstration proposals to expand law on computer crime [VolokhShow More Summary
Akai Gurley's domestic partner is set to meet with the Brooklyn DA as prosecutors present evidence to a grand jury, The Daily News learned.
Gov. Cuomo is considering requiring automatic state reviews when grand juries fail to indict in police brutality cases
The positions were spelled out in a memo obtained by the Daily News that was sent last month to Gov. Cuomo.
Activists in St. Louis have requested that a circuit court investigate and remove St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch for conducting the grand jury into Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson's killing of Michael Brown in an "arbitrary manner and in bad faith."
Given what has happened in recent months, with two grand juries returning no bills in two controversial officer-related deaths -- Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO and Eric Garner in New York City -- it's almost unbelievable to read theShow More Summary
"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star Stevie J is learning how to be a better father... the hard way -- he's facing 2-years in prison following a grand jury indictment for ducking out on over $1M in child support.TMZ first reported... Stevie J was…
Here in New York City, the past few weeks have been fraught. First, in early December, protesters took to the streets to protest a Staten Island grand jury's decision not to indict a policeman involved in the choking death of African-American Eric Garner. Show More Summary
Strange things happen when cops face grand juries. The system -- which is generally a streamlined prosecutorial rubber stamp -- seizes up. Two grand juries, within a few weeks of each other, faced the sort of "challenge" they face day after day: meet the low bar of "probable cause" to return an indictment. Show More Summary
Police ask public to help identify people who broke into a liquor store and a pharmacy after Michael Brown grand jury ruling