They’re Haunted by ‘Ghost Warrants’ Years After Their Arrests

 

Last month, Causey Davis found himself in handcuffs in the back of a New Orleans police cruiser, bewildered. Held there for over an hour, he was finally informed that an inaccurate arrest warrant—which court records show was dismissed 25 years ago—had somehow appeared under his name in the cops’ computer system. (Photo by William Widmer for The Marshall Project)

 

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