U.S. News & World Report: Immigrant detainees owed minimum wage by private prison company, jury says.
“This multi-billion dollar corporation illegally exploited the people it detains to line its own pockets,” Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said in an emailed statement. “Today’s victory sends a clear message: Washington will not tolerate corporations that get rich violating the rights of the people.”
The Marshall Project: Correction officers are quitting, making prisons more dangerous.
Forbes: Why police can grab and ruin legal marijuana and not have to pay for it.
The New York Times: Florida forbids state professors from testifying in voting rights case.
University officials told the three that because the school was a state institution, participating in a lawsuit against the state “is adverse to U.F.’s interests” and could not be permitted. In their filing, the lawyers sought to question Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, on whether he was involved in the decision.
The Crime Report: Did the frontier warp American justice?
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