Brandon Stahl | Star Tribune

Brandon Stahl covers Hennepin County courts, reporting on criminal justice, civil lawsuits, juvenile and family law. He previously worked as the investigations editor at the Duluth News Tribune, where his stories on physician malpractice and medical errors, drug abuse, tax dollar waste, sex offenders and police misconduct have won numerous state and national journalism awards.

Judge bars cameras from Allen Scarsella's sentencing for protest shooting

Audio recordings will be allowed, Judge Hilary Caliguiri ruled.

Mpls. man guilty of killing baby daughter; mental competency still in question

A trial will determine if Cory Morris was mentally ill when he killed Emersyn.

Mpls. police open internal probe into handling of U law prof's case

A review of police and court records provided by Prof. Francesco Parisi's attorneys shows that the Hennepin County attorney's office filed charges despite not getting any corroborating evidence.

St. Paul man gets 8 years for shooting victim in face at Minneapolis bus stop

A St. Paul man will spend the next eight years in prison for shooting a man in the face at a north Minneapolis bus stop…

After rape charges dropped, U of M law professor sues accuser

Francesco Parisi seeks $50K after investigation finds no evidence in case.

Former Mpls. cop charged with felony assault appears in court

Christopher Reiter was briefly jailed one day after he was charged with felony assault for kicking a domestic assault suspect in the face.

Ex-Mpls. cop charged with kick to face and brain injury

Christopher Michael Reiter, who was fired from Minneapolis police, allegedly kicked the man while he was on the ground, breaking his nose. Reiter was responding to a domestic assault call.

Mpls. man gets 5 years in case involving 2-year-old's drive-by shooting death

No one yet to be charged for murdering 2-year-old Le'Vonte King Jason Jones

Report: Poland confirms Mpls. man was Nazi commander

A prosecutor in Poland says that evidence shows without doubt that a Minnesota man was a Nazi unit commander suspected of contributing to the death of 44 Poles.

All charges dropped against U law prof in case involving ex

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman on Thursday dropped all charges against a University of Minnesota professor accused of raping and stalking an ex-girlfriend.