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Emails provided to The Intercept shed light on an ongoing power struggle between the attorney general and the Philadelphia district attorney.
Larry Krasner asked the state Supreme Court to deem the death penalty as applied unconstitutional, citing overwhelming evidence of wrongful convictions.
Josh Shapiro’s new stance on HB 1614 came in response to pressure from protesters at the Netroots Nation conference in Philadelphia.
A new Pennsylvania law allows the state attorney general to prosecute some gun crimes in Philadelphia if Krasner takes a pass.
Larry Krasner has come under fire for fighting an appeal from incarcerated activist Mumia Abu-Jamal, who was convicted in 1982 of killing a police officer.
Krasner’s mass incarceration memo outlining criminal justice reforms is a dream come true.
Larry Krasner has sued Philadelphia’s police department 75 times. Now he’s running for district attorney on a progressive platform.
For decades, local police and FBI have sent undercover officials to participate in — and escalate — protests.
Prosecutors agree that Walter Ogrod was wrongfully convicted. But a Philadelphia judge refuses to release him, despite his diminishing health.
As the virus spreads, the criminal justice system is going out of its way to increase the death toll.