Dallas County Judge Amber Givens was accused of having her court coordinator impersonate her during a 2021 Zoom bond hearing, prompting a Rangers inquiry.
One of Texas’ most famous death row exonerees died before winning compensation under a law inspired by his own story.
Texas' deadly spring continues: Two Black men, Gary Green and Arthur Brown Jr. are set to be killed this week by the state.
Many poor Texans are being short-changed on their right to be represented by a defense attorney in cases with potentially life-changing consequences.
"I'm willing to die for the cause, because I can't live."
“Texas has a long history with the use of unreliable evidence. [It also has made] unique efforts to address that searing history.”
In ‘Corrections in Ink,’ star criminal justice reporter Keri Blakinger skillfully tells the story of her own unusual life.
A psychologist explains how myths and biases can prompt false allegations—and irreversible mistakes, especially in cases involving trauma victims like Melissa Lucio.
Melissa Lucio, whose execution could take place this year, claims her innocence.
A new “managed assigned counsel” system has been created in the county to help jailed people get better legal representation.