The Virginia court's sentence is largely symbolic. Last month, a federal judge sentenced Fields to life in prison for killing a woman protesting a white nationalist rally in 2017.
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"I truly believe it's a calling, not a job," says Detective Thomas Handley.
The South Central rapper faces life in prison. Over a month in the courtroom, after countless witness testimonies, Drakeo the Ruler's fate remains murky.
Motherboard obtained a Palantir user manual through a public records request, and it gives unprecedented insight into how the company logs and tracks individuals.
To be sure, the other driver is driving too fast, but that's no excuse for this Michigan State Police officer to pull his taser and immediately arrest him (without checking on his health and safety).
When three CIA agents bungle their way into Fidel Castro's clutches on the eve of the most dangerous international standoff of the 20th century, they are sentenced to Cuba's most notorious prison, the Isle of Pines. Escape seems impossible, but then came a Hail Mary plan.
On Monday, federal prosecutors indicted Epstein for sex trafficking, upending a controversial plea deal he cut in 2008. Epstein's connections to the wealthy and powerful — including former president Bill Clinton and current president Donald Trump — have added increased scrutiny to the case. Here's what to read.
Amazon created package loss data heat maps and performed "data analysis" that helped a police department plan and carry out a package theft sting operation.
Maurice Smith's graduation from Goucher College illustrates the potential of a bipartisan effort to overhaul the criminal justice system.
A group asked inmates to fill out a form describing a picture that they would like to receive. A volunteer would then create it.
Ankle bracelets are promoted as a humane alternative to jail. But private companies charge defendants hundreds of dollars a month to wear the surveillance devices. If people can't pay, they may end up behind bars.
Behind-the-scenes emails show how Amazon and Ring worked with police in Aurora, Colorado to make people scared of each other.
When S. Curtis "Curt" Johnson was first charged in March 2011, he faced a possible 40-year prison term for felony charges alleging he repeatedly sexually assaulted a child, his 12-year-old stepdaughter.
The law, which went into effect Monday, now makes it illegal to share nude photos of videos of someone without their permission — whether they're real or fake ones.
Infuriatingly, a state police internal affairs investigator exonerated these officers despite this video evidence. The ACLU filed a lawsuit against them in 2016, which remains active.
You may not realize it, but bounty hunting is still alive and well in America in 2019. It's fueled by old laws, loose guidelines and not-great money.
A woman whose unborn baby was killed in a 2018 Pleasant Grove shooting has now been indicted in the death.
Looking back on it now, nearly five years later, Bryan can't readily pinpoint exactly when Mark turned on him.
Reality shows like "The First 48," "Live PD," and "Cops" are interfering in legal cases, exploiting people of color and threatening lives.
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