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In the Shadows: How Serious Is the Military Sex Assault Problem in Hawaii?

In the Shadows: How Serious Is the Military Sex Assault Problem in Hawaii?

Civil Beat examined more than a decade of records from the Navy, Army, Marines, and Air Force.
Deedy Transcripts Revealed: ‘Not Something We See Every Day’

Deedy Transcripts Revealed: ‘Not Something We See Every Day’

How a simple handshake caused a whole lot of commotion that went all the way to Hawaii's Supreme Court.

Justice Reinvestment Report: Hawaii’s Prison System More Efficient

The prison population in the state is declining, while money for treatment programs is increasing.

Shooter at Roosevelt H.S. was a Responding Officer, 17-year-old in Hospital

A Honolulu police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway in the wrist this morning in what many feared was a school…
Reforming the Juvenile Justice System Could Save Hawaii Millions

Reforming the Juvenile Justice System Could Save Hawaii Millions

New report suggests changes that could cut detainees by 60 percent and save the state $11 million in five years.
When Does an Attack Become a Hate Crime?

When Does an Attack Become a Hate Crime?

In Hawaii, many factors come into play when authorities consider pursing hate crimes.
Deedy Case: Is a Second Trial Worth the Cost?

Deedy Case: Is a Second Trial Worth the Cost?

Prosecutors won't disclose the total cost, but others estimate it's in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Deedy Trial: A Hung Jury Means Federal Agent Could Be Back In Court

Deedy Trial: A Hung Jury Means Federal Agent Could Be Back In Court

Judge says new trial will be set for next summer despite jury's inability to agree on whether he committed murder.
At What Point Is Killing Another Man Considered Self-Defense in Hawaii?

At What Point Is Killing Another Man Considered Self-Defense in Hawaii?

Front and center in the Christopher Deedy murder trial is Hawaii's self-defense law.
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