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Week 430
March 25, 2009

Editor's Note:

Two weeks ago, we asked for your help. We had received a note from a law firm representing officers fighting to have their home addresses pulled from court documents. We got a lot of email from members, and forwarded some of your responses to the attorney’s office. We’ve gotten a call from the firm telling us that the attorney has won the motion to have the officers’ names suppressed from the documents. A big win for law enforcement, and our members helped make it happen. Thank you.

Senior PoliceOne Contributor Chuck Remsberg will be writing an article about this case in coming weeks. Stay tuned.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor


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