A federal judge has set a new deadline in July to meet certain benchmarks.
We'll be in court at 1:30 p.m. CT. Follow along here.
Officials say the juvenile facility is the best place for most young defendants, even if they're charged with serious felonies in Criminal District Court. An ordinance before the City Council would require juveniles to await trial in the Youth Study Center, not OPP.
Much remains mysterious about the ethical rot that led federal prosecutors to indulge in anonymous online chatter.
Former deputy says he wasn't paid for required time before and after shift.
Council member says current policy "confusing;" chief unable to detail draft of rewrite.
Gusman says city money falls short; city wants to void prison healthcare contract.
Death-penalty opponents say a committee created by the Legislature never met publicly.
Amid nationwide controversy surrounding lethal injection, Louisiana officials are recommending a new way to execute the condemned: death by nitrogen. And the head of the state prison system also wants legislators to reconsider an execution-secrecy bill that was introduced but dropped during last year’s legislative session.
Public event will be first of four designed to look at different aspects of the federal agreement.