Crime Crackdown: Teesside Courts Deliver Justice for Drug Dealers, Arsonist, and Violent Offenders

In Teesside, a region known for its ongoing battle against crime, recent court cases have brought several individuals to justice for various offenses. Throughout February, the courts have been busy dealing out sentences to those involved in violent incidents, drug trafficking, and other criminal activities. These cases shed light on the challenges faced by the … Read more

Racial Bias in the Courts: 1986 Supreme Court Ruling Still Not Erased from Jury Selection Today

RALEIGH, N.C. – In 1986, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Batson v. Kentucky declared that racially discriminating against potential jurors violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution. Since then, North Carolina courts have rarely overturned sentencing decisions based on juror selection, even if a juror was excluded based on … Read more

Immigration Failures Continue to Paralyze our Courts Under Biden

Biden has failed to protect our borders. Despite Gov. Cruz’s efforts to bring the problem to his doorstep, the fact remains that the President has failed to address the issue. Not only are illegal migrants crossing our borders, but they are straining our courts and the immigration system itself.