Tag: Joaquin Sapien

Joaquin Sapien: Brooklyn DA Moves to Free Man after Long-Buried Evidence Surfaces

April 2014

Jonathan Fleming has served more than 24 years in prison for a 1989 murder. Law enforcement had evidence all along showing he was in Florida at the time of the shooting.

Joaquin Sapien: Guarded Optimism

January 2014

Examining the factors that contribute to sexual victimization in American prisons.

Joaquin Sapien: Questions Arise in Effort to End Prison Rape

September 2013

It took years to enact tougher standards for investigating and punishing sexual violence in jails and prisons. Now, there is frustration over how those reforms will be enforced.

Joaquin Sapien: When Prosecutors Cross the Line

August 2013

How New York City prosecutors have long-abused a powerful legal tool—the material witness order.

Joaquin Sapien: Boys in Custody and the Women Who Abuse Them

July 2013

In the prisoner-guard relationship, there’s no such thing as consensual sex.

Joaquin Sapien: Will Probe of Cop’s Cases Extend to Prosecutors?

June 2013

An investigation into dozens of potentially wrongful convictions could affect top New York State judges and lawyers.

Joaquin Sapien: Objection Overruled

June 2013

Top prosecutor must testify in wrongful conviction case.

Joaquin Sapien & Sergio Hernandez: Who Polices Prosecutors Who Abuse Their Authority?

April 2013

Usually nobody.

Mark Rosenberg: What Researchers Learned About Gun Violence Before Congress Killed Funding

February 2013

ProPublica interviews the CDC’s Mark Rosenberg about the data on gun control.

Joaquin Sapien: How the NRA Undermined Congress’ Last Push for Gun Control

January 2013

For Obama’s gun control proposals to succeed, Congress must learn the NRA’s past tactics.

Joaquin Sapien: Mass Shootings Do Little to Change State Gun Laws

January 2013

A rundown of gun control in states affected by mass shootings.