Peruse the newly filed civil cases in any of the five borough's state supreme courthouses and you'll see, each day, dozens of lawsuits filed against the city's police department. The allegations generally range from wrongful arrest to unjust detention to assault. Most of the cases begin by describin ... More >>
Charles Schwarz Has the Edge
Managing News at 'The New Yorker'
One More Jury Convicts a Cop Without a Conscience
As a Juror, How Would You Vote?
Javert of Les Misérables Lives!
Pataki's Top Investigator Protects Everybody but Herself
Have the Critics Read the Whole Decision?
Schwarz's 'Innocence' Team Moves From Miss to Miss
A Decision Protecting All Defendants
Law and Order Press Gives Kudos to Sleazy Schwarz
Pataki and D'Amato's Pick Is Unqualified and Tainted
Is Punishment Possible for Police Brutality?
The Wrong Charges, the Right Decision
How Abner Louima's Former Attorney Can Make or Break A Black-Latino Coalition
A Juror: 'We Only Heard Half a Story'
Louima Could Not Identify Charles Schwarz
Activists, Wary of Bush, Say Black Federal Prosecutor Helped Give NYPD a Reprieve
After the Latest Police Killing of Another Unarmed Black Man, The Feds Need Little Convincing to Intervene in New York
Schwarz May Be the Fall Guy
Unrepentant, Pale-faced, All-American Manhood at the Louima Trial
Alleged Beating Victim Comes Clean On 'Giuliani Lie' and Al Sharpton
A reluctant witness to the alleged torture of Abner Louima contemplated suicide as the 'blue wall of silence' crumbled