In court, you are innocent until proven guilty. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean no jail time.
The expansion of immigrant detention to the WINN facility could allow ICE to hold more than 7,000 immigrants at a time in Louisiana – only Texas has more.
When They See Us tells the tale of the Central Park Five, young boys of color who were coerced into confessing to raping a blonde white woman in late 80s NYC.
This week, New Orleans implemented a strict curfew and a host of other interventions intended to address a “spike” in juvenile crime.
A true account of life in Orleans Parish Prison before Hurricane Katrina – names have been changed for privacy purposes.
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting at the Mango Mango daiquiri shop on Bourbon Street.
Mayor LaToya Cantrell and juvenile justice leaders held a press conference Wednesday to announce new initiatives to combat juvenile crime in New Orleans.
Last week, District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro unveiled a plan to combat New Orleans’ juvenile crime problem.
Eleven children were hit by gunfire in April of 2019. That’s more than any of the last 16 months, according to a report issued by NOLA.com.
On Wednesday, the Louisiana legislature will vote on seven different criminal justice reform bills. We have a rundown of what each one does. HB37: Extends parole eligibility for some currently incarcerated mentors This bill ensures parole eligibility for those inmates who have served as mentors in the Department of Public Safety and Corrections’ inmate rehabilitation […]
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