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Opinion President Barack Obamaʼs administration has indicated that it would launch http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/justice-department-prepares-for-clemency-requests-from-thousands-of-
The Electronic Transactions Development Agency has launched the process of reforming the country's computer crime law and expects new legislation to be announced within the next three years...The law still leaves problems about cyber-crime and the
Three white men sporting racist tattoos were sentenced Monday to federal prison after being convicted of a hate crime for a midnight attack last year on a black man at a downtown Houston bus stop. Their convictions were the first in Texas under a
N.J. (AP) — Several hundred protesters gathered Monday at the New Jersey State House to show support for a former Rutgers student convicted of bias intimidation and to call attention to what they see as injustices in New Jersey's hate-crime laws.
A Bangkok court is due to deliver a verdict in a case involving allegedly insulting comments about the monarchy that is testing the bounds of Internet freedom in Thailand. Chiranuch Premchaiporn faces up to 20 years in jail. She'
On Wednesday, March 14, I started an indefinite hunger strike to protest Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper new draconian crime law, deceptively christened Safe Streets and Communities Act (formerly omnibus crime Bill C10). I’m an
Over the many years of the Hicks saga, there has been an avalanche of media reports and countless books about his case. But this time the former Guantanamo Bay detainee will be speaking in his own words. The book is about 400 pages and covers
HST, Sep 01, 2010 In a rare application of Hawaii's hate crime law and the first on Oahu, a grand jury returned an indictment yesterday charging a 37-year-old Waialae Nui man with using racial epithets in threats to kill his neighbor. The indictment
N.Y. A 20-year-old New York man is scheduled to stand trial in the killing of a transgendered woman. Dwight DeLee's trial begins Monday in Syracuse, N.Y. Prosecutors are hoping for a conviction under the state's hate crime law in the November