“The thing I found strange was that even though there were some people who apparently wanted to change their testimony when there was a hearing before the court, the lawyers for the defendant didn’t bring them on to say what they had to say. So it’s an unusual case,” Clinton said. He suggested the federal appeals process slow down so new evidence could be considered.
Excited delirium is typically invoked when a suspect is agitated, confused, scared or angry, and is drunk, high or having a mental health crisis. Some definitions claim those experiencing it can have unusually high tolerance for pain, or can exhibit unexpected strength. According to proponents of the idea, Read originalRead More
On one side are the de-escalationists, a product of the criminal justice reform movement. They accept police brutality, systemic racism and excessive force as real problems in law enforcement, and call for more accountability, as well as training in areas like de-escalation and conflict resolution.Read More
In 2011, the Supreme Court overturned a ruling in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit that a woman convicted of murdering her grandson with discredited “shaken baby syndrome” evidence should get a new trial.Read More
Hostetter is a former infantryman, sheriff’s deputy, SWAT officer and police chief. That part of his background isn’t particularly surprising. President Donald Trump enjoyed broad support in the (White) law enforcement community, and the presence of former and active police officers and troops at the Stop the Steal rally and Capitol riot has been well documented.Read More