Justice

  • Iraqi nationals challenging deportation win key ruling

    The government must release detainees who don’t get a bond hearing by Feb. 2.

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  • Raped and left on the road, she said #MeToo. Jurors said ‘No, not you.’

    For every A-list actress or Olympic gold medalist who has bravely come forward to say “Me, too,” there are many…

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  • “People Were Scared of Him…He Owns You” Former Conyers Aide, Accuser Tells Detroit Today

    “It’s ownership. He owns you when you’re there.”

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  • Detroit City Council puts (temporary) brakes on jail land swap deal

    …first the Detroit City Council, and then the Wayne County Commission, need to approve the first two steps.

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  • The long, winding road of Jeffrey Johnson, one man who refused to play the plea bargaining game

    Pleading guilty even when you’re not; is that justice?

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  • Signs at Cobo for the Women's Convention

    In Detroit, Women’s March Offshoot Builds On Resistance To Trump Agenda

    The Women’s Convention in Detroit this weekend bills itself as the follow-up to the Women’s March…

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  • Detroit police improve response times. But not all neighborhoods are equal.

    Detroit police are responding to emergency calls far faster than a few years ago.

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  • Michigan employers brace for challenges with end of DACA

    The full ramifications of the White House decision to phase out the DACA program within six months aren’t yet known.

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  • Fighting for DACA in Southwest Detroit

    “It’ll affect Southwest and me because that’s our family,” said Alvarez, “That’s our community and without a community there’s nothing.”

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  • Compensation for Wrongfully Convicted Shows Lawmaking is Just the First Step

    MPRN’s Cheyna Roth and WDET’s Jake Neher talk about the messy business of implementing and testing new laws.

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