We collected a list of states with sanctuary—and anti-sanctuary—policies. But it was more complicated than you might think.
After a year of battle in the courts, young immigrants fear that their protection from deportation could soon end.
Pacific Standard spoke with Kara Bellew, a partner at a matrimonial and family law firm, about the best route for survivors to seek a divorce, and how abusers are able to manipulate the legal system.
The Trump administration is appealing earlier court decisions securing due process for the Iraqi nationals and preventing them from what advocates say is unlawful detention.
A judge ruled Tuesday night that the Trump administration has to keep DACA intact.
Though California's statute of limitations on sexual assault accusations has passed, the plaintiff was still able to file her complaint in court because she was a minor at the time of the alleged incident.
Despite how it’s been portrayed on screens both large and small, the Fifth Amendment’s Double Jeopardy Clause isn’t meant to protect against the consequences of an appeal.
Jurors experiencing “moral outrage” will be more likely to convict, and changes in technology are making this a bigger factor.
How biased are forensic psychologists by the legal team that picks them? More than they think.
New research suggests that, in terms of influencing key judicial decisions, public defenders are as effective as their private counterparts.