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A discussion with Supreme Court observer Dan Epps.
In a brief to the Supreme Court, the Mississippi Attorney General's office offers a misleading argument.
An APM Reports analysis finds prosecutors asked African-Americans three times more questions than whites in jury selection.
Inside the 2010 jury selection at the heart of the Supreme Court case.
The outcome of Flowers v. Mississippi may hinge on how justices interpret a few key precedents designed to bring more fairness and equality to jury selection.
How the arguments in the Curtis Flowers case might play out before the Supreme Court.
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The controversial Mississippi prosecutor will win another four-year term and could decide if Curtis Flowers faces a seventh trial.
It was a long, slow hunt for data with variables aplenty: gallons, cubic feet, billing and meter sizes.
Americans are struggling to afford their rising water bills, and thousands of poor families have had their service shut off. This growing crisis has a dark irony: It's especially acute in a region where water is most abundant — the Great Lakes.
In its latest filing, the defense team wants a chance to question the prosecutor under oath.
After Nelson Forrest spoke out about the Curtis Flowers case, his house went up in flames.