Monthly Archives: June 2019

Trial for Tucson man accused of giving food and temporary shelter to a pair of Central American migrants ends in a hung jury.

Trial for Tucson man accused of giving food and temporary shelter to a pair of Central American migrants ends in a hung jury.

A 36-year-old geography teacher, Scott Warren, was charged with harboring and transporting undocumented immigrants, a crime punishable by up to twenty years in Federal prison.  His trial, held in U.S. District Court in Tucson, […]

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New Orleans Juvenile Justice

New Orleans Juvenile Justice

 

New Orleans Juvenile Justice

Juvenile justice is one of the contemporary issues recently addressed by many New Orleans news outlets. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell supported the New Orleans Police Department’s decision to start “strictly enforcing” a decades old law regarding juvenile curfew with a 9:00 P.M. cut off time during the week […]