Articles By Arvind Dilawar
Abolition? Consolidation? Democratic participation? The future of Rhinebeck’s village court begs questions.
Involved in the shooting of Tyrell Fincher, Ricardo Rivera is also accused of nearly hitting Lakeem Thompson with a squad car, then attacking him with a canine—all for a traffic violation.
Can local governments keep proceedings open and democratic while they remain remote? In Poughkeepsie, it hasn’t been easy.
Paul Trachte hopes to not only win a seat long held by Republicans, but to build a more progressive criminal justice system.
Counterprotesters shouted ‘blue lives matter,’ racial slurs, and assaulted multiple rallygoers. The march had been coordinated with local law enforcement, which did little to intervene.
Activists seeking to remove statues of enslavers and colonizers are facing racist backlash from bigots.
COVID-19 hasn't squashed the commitment of Hudson Valley animal-rights activists to do their work.
Both new and established groups of Hudson Valley residents rise to the challenge of COVID-19.
Hudson Valley residents struggle to navigate the closure of almost all local courts.