crime
Nov 2017

Forget slippery slopes. The ride is already in motion

Americans’ worst fears are changing with the times

Andrew Malcolm Nov 13, 2017 4:41 PM

Scared man walking?

Oct 2017

Jail time for HIV transmission

Jazz Shaw Oct 28, 2017 8:31 PM

Free speech? Attempted murder?

It’s not a hate crime. It’s a violent crime.

Locking up parents for their kids’ bad behavior?

Jazz Shaw Oct 10, 2017 10:01 PM

An appealing thought, but…

Is there any chance this guy is innocent?

But what does it even mean?

Invest wisely

Sep 2017

On the idea of punishing “the bad Samaritan”

Jazz Shaw Sep 21, 2017 12:41 PM

The penalty for inaction

“she did not want to raise a freak.”

Portland Police signal surrender in the gang wars

Jazz Shaw Sep 10, 2017 8:01 PM

Easy does it

Aug 2017

Tough on crime?

The old ways which worked clearly didn’t work?

“We may be the turd in the field, but he’s the worm in the turd.”

Credibility boost

Who is this guy… Houdini?

Four convicted felons seek to become Detroit mayor

Andrew Malcolm Aug 04, 2017 9:21 AM

The ruins of ancient Detroit.

But still too much

Vigilante.

Attacking the actual problem

Jul 2017

“I told you, if you don’t have a tip, then f— off!”

“What is the priority of BART?”

Flipping the bird to the rule of law

Jun 2017

You know, I may have cracked the case for you, guys

SCOTUS: Facebook is A-Okay for sex offenders

Jazz Shaw Jun 19, 2017 2:41 PM

Up to a point, anyway

And the story only gets stranger from there

Personal responsibility

May 2017

When is a child no longer a child?

Intentionally blind

The bad news is that there is no good news

GOP taking one more run at passing Kate’s Law

Jazz Shaw May 31, 2017 10:41 AM

Can they? Perhaps the better question is… should they?

You got what you asked for

Should police be firing into moving cars?

Jazz Shaw May 15, 2017 12:31 PM

The answer is, “it depends”

He had a green card and a rap sheet

Children can’t give consent

Just the facts, folks

Apr 2017

Well… there’s a new approach

A different approach

Sometimes Christian forgiveness can go too far

When the tax man takes the wrong sort of bite

The absurd devolves into a criminal enterprise

Give me a break

“…a total of 1,997 assets were seized with a total value of $193.1 million”