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Rachel K. Paulose

Rachel Kunjummen Paulose is a 1997 graduate of Yale Law School and a former US attorney for the District of Minnesota (2006-08).

Law

What’s next for the officers who watched George Floyd die?

A federal jury found that J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao had violated Floyd’s civil rights

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Prince Andrew coughs up

The Queen will reportedly pay $16 million to settle her son’s sex trafficking case

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Sarah Palin takes the New York Times to court

She wants restitution for allegedly being defamed, with serious implications for libel law and the press

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Prince Andrew must answer to America

His attempt to throw out Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s civil suit has been dismissed

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Time’s up, Prince Andrew

The day of reckoning is finally here for one of Jeffrey Epstein’s most notorious cohorts

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Ghislaine is guilty — who’s next?

Wednesday’s verdict is only the first step in unraveling Jeffrey Epstein’s empire of exploitation

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Ghislaine Maxwell’s defense and the war on memory

Maxwell’s attorneys call on a cognitive psychologist to discuss false memories

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

The nuances of the Kim Potter manslaughter trial

The Minnesota police officer shot Daunte Wright dead after yelling three ‘taser’ warnings

By Rachel K. Paulose

Law

Ghislaine Maxwell blames the victim

The trial of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam is underway and her strategy is clear

By Rachel K. Paulose

Policy

What to expect from the Ghislaine Maxwell trial

Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein are charged under the feds’ renewed fight against sexual slavery

By Rachel K. Paulose

Politics

The verdict of the Ahmaud Arbery trial points towards hope

No citizen, regardless of color, should fear assault and murder while peaceably jogging through a neighborhood

By Rachel K. Paulose

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