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How Reuters analyzed court data on qualified immunity

Dec 23 2020

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.

How Reuters analyzed court data on qualified immunity

Dec 23 2020

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.

How Reuters analyzed court data on qualified immunity

Dec 23 2020

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.

Special Report: Shot by police, thwarted by judges and geography

Aug 25 2020

By Andrew Chung, Lawrence Hurley, Andrea Januta, Jackie Botts and Jaimi Dowdell | Video

Special Report: For cops who kill, special Supreme Court protection

May 29 2020

By Andrew Chung, Lawrence Hurley, Jackie Botts, Andrea Januta and Guillermo Gomez

How Reuters analyzed court data on qualified immunity

May 29 2020

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.

How Reuters analysed court data on qualified immunity

May 08 2020

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has repeatedly criticized her fellow justices for creating, as she put it in a 2018 dissent, an “absolute shield” for police officers accused of excessive force. So Reuters reporters decided to test her words.

ABCs of LGBTQ history mandated for more U.S. public schools

May 03 2019

A picture book for second graders about a family with two moms. A lesson for fourth graders about Gold Rush era stagecoach driver Charley Parkhurst, who was born a woman but lived as a man.

Q&A: Berkeley law prof Dan Farber on challenges facing youth climate suit

Mar 08 2019

A federal appeals court will soon decide whether a group of young activists who have sued the U.S. government over climate change can have their day in court.

California man who spent 39 years in prison gets $21 million for wrongful conviction

Feb 25 2019

A California man who was wrongfully convicted for killing an ex-girlfriend and her son four decades ago has reached a $21 million settlement with the city of Simi Valley, officials said. | Video

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