Charges dismissed against men featured in The Inlander's Injustice Project series
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By Jacob H. Fries
Tags: News, gassman, injustice project, courts, News
Tyler Gassman Is Free
Tags: News, injustice project, gassman, partovi, News
Rice did not lie, Idaho State Police say
Tags: News, injustice project, News
A Battle at Beacon Hill
A developer gets ready to sue the city; plus, a leaner Spokesman staff and more.
By Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
Tags: News, spokesman-review, media, injustice project, spokane city hall, beacon hill, development, spokane valley
How an Idaho cop's "false testimony" helped send a man away for murder
By Chris Stein
Tags: News, police, law, idaho, injustice project
A park riles up the Lake City. Plus, animal torture and juvenile sex offenders.
By Inlander Staff
Tags: News, idaho, mceuen park, coeur d'alene, animals, injustice project
A Rare Pardon
Starcia Ague’s journey from a “juvy life” sentence to a career with a full pardon.
By Kevin Taylor
Tags: News, injustice project, politics
Kid Crime, Kid Time
A bill in Olympia could make the juvenile system more fair.
Forum on violence tonight
Tags: News, injustice project, politics, News
Boozehounds and Taco Stands
Marr gets a job, racists hate Mexican food and a detective gets exonerated.
Tags: News, chris marr, politics, vice, liquor, racism, injustice project
INJUSTICE PROJECT: Welton exonerated
Tags: News, injustice project, police, force, News
A Year of Justice
Five stories examining our justice system
By Jacob H. Fries, Nicholas Deshais, Kevin Taylor and Leah Sottile
Tags: News, injustice project
A Timeline of Police Shootings
By Daniel Walters
Shot and Killed
Local law enforcement has killed four people in the past four months. Coincidence or a sign of the future?
By Jacob H. Fries, Kevin Taylor and Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, injustice project, police, police shootings, ombudsman
'Neither Consistent nor Inconsistent'
Mary Verner keeps a tight grip on police records while trying to win concessions from the Guild.
By Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, police, ombudsman, injustice project
After paying their debt to society, millions are still branded by their felony records.
By Leah Sottile
Tags: News, injustice project, crime, 20th Anniversary
CFJ weighs in on the Treppiedi-Beggs fracas
Tags: News, Center for Justice, Injustice Project, drama!, News
Prosecutor Steve Tucker again raises concerns about the juvenile justice system; plus, a city attorney is accused of violating civil rights.
By Kevin Taylor and Nicholas Deshais
Starcia Ague one step closer to pardon
Tags: News, politics, injustice project, News
Of Pardons and Police
Starcia Ague takes another step away from her troubled youth; plus, the Spokane Police Guild claims unfair labor practices
Tags: News, injustice project, hirzel, ombudsman, police
Kid Crime, Adult Time
How "tough on crime" laws are failing our children.
Tags: News, law, injustice project, crime
Between Rocky and a Hard Place
A city attorney with a tough-guy reputation tries to strong-arm a lawyer into staying away from City Council members.
Tags: News, police, ombudsman, politics, injustice project
Let the Sun Shine In
The problem is the legal decision to keep the public’s business secret.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tags: Comment, police, injustice project, ombudsman, common ground
Inlander responds to allegations of bias
Tags: News, police, injustice project, records, News
Breaking Blue Silence
The mayor will review the city's records policy, but a councilman is skeptical.
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
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on Aug 21, 2019
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