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A Better Understanding of Murder?

Posted on by Townsend Myers

In 2004, Milwaukee had 87 murders. This was unacceptable to the city so in 2005 they began a program that partnered law enforcement with community leaders to not only investigate these crimes, but try to […]

Fund me!?! Fund you!

Posted on by Townsend Myers

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The Times Picayune recently reported on a battle that pits the Public Defender’s Office in New Orleans against the private criminal bar. At the root of the dispute is what […]

Premature Adjudication

Posted on by Townsend Myers

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The framers of the Constitution dealt with and were determined to prevent the tactics of tyranny. The Bill of Rights reflects this in that every mandate benefits the individual, usually by forcing […]

Innocence Is Not Quite What It Used To Be

Posted on by Townsend Myers

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Have you ever admitted guilt when you were innocent? Then I’m assuming you’re married — but don’t feel bad, it seems we’re hard-wired for this type of confession.

But seriously […]

Let Them Eat Drugs

Posted on by Townsend Myers

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I’ve written several times about the advances our judicial system has made in its attitudes and approach. However a recent article has left me scrambling to put a positive spin on […]

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