PLEA BARGAINERS — NO RIGHT TO EVIDENCE
Prosecutors do not have to reveal their case against defendants considering guilty pleas, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, since upholding this Constitutional right would, "burden the government."
SUPREMES SAYS JUDGES CAN SIDESTEP JURIES
A divided Supreme Court ruled yesterday that judges may add years of additional prison time for alleged acts that were not even considered by the jury and never have to be proved in court.
LET THEM SMOKE DOPE
Scotland police forces told to stop arresting cannabis users. Justice Minister admits cannabis has effectively been decriminalised in secret.
FEDS DETAIN JEFF JONES, CHARGE BRYAN EPIS WITH OBSTRUCTION
Exclusive eyewitness reports by Jeff Jones and investigative journalist, Pat McCartney of the first federal jury trial of a medical marijuana patient.