Albuquerque resident Arlene Harjo's case started out like thousands of others: a seized car, claims of unfairness, and indifference from city officials. But two years later, a federal civil rights lawsuit over the taking of her 2014 Nissan Versa has resulted in the dismantling of Albuquerque's once-lucrative civil asset forfeiture program.
Albuquerque announced this week that it will end the program following a federal judge's recent decision to allow Harjo's lawsuit against the city to proceed....
BANGKOK, April 18 (Reuters) - More than 400 people died in road accidents in Thailand over the traditional new year holiday, the Interior Ministry said on...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Jackson County jury found a 31-year-old man guilty Tuesday of numerous charges related to a New Years Day homicide in 2016. Ramon Boyd was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter, second-degree assault, two counts of armed criminal action and leaving the scene of a shooting in the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Sedrick Jones. Destynie Wright was also charged, convicted and sentenced in Jones’ death. Jones was found dead on New Year’s Day 2016 when police were called […]