By now it's a familiar story. A police officer goes on trial for a fatal shooting. The trial ends in a hung jury or an acquittal. One reason: juries are reluctant to convict cops.
Did the Supreme Court get SB 1070 right?
Monday, the United States Supreme Court ruled on the injunction against Arizona SB 1070. The court held that three portions of the law cannot go into effect, but that one -- requiring police officers to check the immigration status of someone they've detained, if there's "reasonable suspicion" the person may be here illegally -- can. We'd like to hear your thoughts. Did the Supreme Court make the right decision regarding SB 1070?