The Chicago Police Department appears to backpedal on stricter rules for cops.
The Chicago defense attorney sees police officers accused of misconduct as “the ultimate underdog.”
CPD says she blew a stop sign, but her lawyer says dash-cam video may prove the officer was at fault.
Beating children, torture by Taser, and use of the N-word: We read every word of it so you don’t have to.
But any possible consent decree to bring federal court oversight of CPD could take months more to negotiate.
What a Jeff Sessions-lead Department of Justice could mean for the ongoing probe into CPD
The U.S. attorney’s suit against Officer Marco Proano is just one of a host of legal challenges facing CPD.
Illinois law already prohibits fixed bail, and the poor are disproportionately jailed anyway.
As the feds work through investigations in Chicago and five other cities, can they go beyond consent decrees?