Boston Judge Denies, Then Seattle Judge Extends Stay On Trump's Immigration OrderA Boston federal judge is now deciding on the fate of Boston’s temporary block on President Trump’s immigration order.
Boston Federal Judge Blocks Trump Immigration PlanFederal judges ruled in favor of the Massachusetts ACLU to essentially stop President Donald Trump's immigration order being carried out at Logan Airport.
Detainee Released After Federal Judge Grants Stay On Trump's Immigration FreezeHamed Hosseini Bay was reunited with his family after being questioned on his way home from his native Iran.
ACLU Calls Sheriff's Proposal For Inmates To Build Mexican Border Wall 'Perverse'A proposal by the Bristol County Sheriff to offer up inmates to build a border wall between the United States and Mexico is drawing fire from the ACLU.
Mass. Court To Hear Bid To Dismiss 24K Drug Cases Handled By Annie DookhanIt's been more than four years since the full extent of misconduct by a former Massachusetts chemist became public knowledge.
Former MBTA Officer Charged With Civil Rights Violations Held On $1K BailA former MBTA Transit Police officer was held on $1,000 bail for allegedly beating a Roxbury woman at the Dudley Square T station two years ago after that woman spoke out about possible abuse by the officer.
Boston Police Commissioner Defends Officer Who Put Hands Around Man's NeckBoston Police say they are investigating a video, posted online, which shows an officer putting his hands around a suspect's neck.
New Hampshire Ballot 'Selfies' Ban Struck Down By JudgeA judge said it's speculation to think people will be coerced into selling votes if they can post the image online.
Newly Released Records Shed Light On NEMLEC SWAT Team ActionsNewly released records have drawn back the curtain on NEMLEC, the state's largest regional law enforcement association.
Massachusetts Top Court Rules In Tainted Drug Evidence CaseThe court stopped short of ordering the affected convictions vacated.
Fate Of Thousands At Stake In Massachusetts Court ArgumentsThe state's highest court has heard arguments in a case involving thousands of people convicted of drug crimes based on tainted evidence.
ACLU Report Claims Boston Police More Likely To Stop Blacks An American Civil Liberties Union report that says black residents of Boston are more likely to be stopped, questioned or searched by police has drawn condemnation from police leadership, who said it was based on old data.