Appellate delays kept the client out of jail -- but not his lawyer
Are prosecutors circumventing the new law designed to preserve DNA evidence?
Thousands of inmates rely annually on a capricious parole board for their freedom. Most, like George Dismukes, return to their cells without ever knowing why they were denied.
Despite its increasing importance, DNA evidence routinely gets destroyed here
Local judges go anti-immigrant in bail policies
In Janice Law's quests for a judgeship, the fourth time was a charm -- and now an alarm for the rest of the courthouse
While Erica Sheppard sits on death row, penniless and convicted of a gruesome Houston murder, her cadre of elite Dallas lawyers is trying to prove that the justice system has gone fatally awry