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Criticism over the number of people interviewed could threaten the credibility of the long-awaited racial bias audit of the North Charleston Police Department, which found racial disparities in arrests, traffic stops, field interviews and use of force.
The Racial Justice Network asked the state's top justice to appoint a solicitor to head the investigation into Jamal Sutherland's death in jail.
Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to have vaguely referenced the police shooting of North Charleston motorist Walter Scott during his post-summit press conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
People in Charleston are demanding justice for the death of Jamal Sutherland. They are right. Tragically, in-custody deaths are far too common…
Protesters stood outside the courthouse for hours Friday demanding “Justice for Jamal.”
A Minneapolis jury's conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin on all counts in the brutal killing of George Floyd was seen by so many…
A federal judge has upheld Michael Slager's 20-year prison sentence for the 2015 killing of Walter Scott, issuing his ruling a week after a two-day virtual hearing in Charleston.
A family is suing the Summerville Police Department, saying an officer drew a gun on a teenager whose only alleged crime was driving with his headlights off.
Michael Slager, the former North Charleston police officer sentenced to 20 years in 2017 for killing Walter Scott, testified during a virtual hearing on April 13 in U.S. District Court in Charleston as part of his bid to have his federal prison term reduced.
Just over six years after he fatally shot an unarmed Black motorist, former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager is trying to have his 20-year federal prison sentence overturned or reduced.