Long Reads: Jury duty, celebrity journalists, questionable legal tactics

Richard Jackson’s Long Reads this week showcases the reality of jury duty, the vacuousness of celebrity and the tactics of a polarising litigator.

Long Reads: War correspondence, inequality, Eddy Crane

Ah, Sunday again, Richard Jackson’s Long Reads faces cold cases, war correspondence and the position of the black man in US society.

Long Reads: Families handling addiction, disaster response, sects

This week’s Long Reads explores effects of addiction on families, lessons taken from Hurricane Katrina and a religious sect based on labour.

Long Reads: Van Gogh, nationalism, Ferguson riots

The mind of van Gogh, a Romanian trying to escape stereotype and the cop who sparked the Ferguson riots, in this week’s Long Reads from Rich Jackson.

Long Reads: Poverty and last resort motels, Republican candidates, idiocy

Richard Jackson’s Long Reads introduces a little-known Presidential candidate and showcases people in poverty living in cheap motels (and the fact we’re all idiots).

Long Reads: Disciplining Children, Prison Food and Spousal Murder.

  Restriction is the recurring theme in this week’s Long Reads featuring: Prison Food, Children and the Ex-Ex-Wife.   What it’s like to actually eat the food in Oakland County Jail – Stephen Katz (Detroit Metro Times)   It’s difficult to defend prisoners or have sympathy when they are in uncomfortable living situations, because we want

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