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February 10, 2005
Quinlan Legal Update: Identity theft - prevention, victim guidance and resources Quinlan Publishing Group - Case Summaries on Legal Compliance

Quinlan Legal Update: Identity theft - prevention, victim guidance and resources

How not to get hooked by a ‘phishing’ scam Phising (fish?ing) (n.) The act of sending an e-mail to a... - Full Story
February 02, 2005
Quinlan Legal Update: Investigative stops quiz Quinlan Publishing Group - Case Summaries on Legal Compliance

Quinlan Legal Update: Investigative stops quiz

Under the Fifth Amendment, all people are provided the right to be free from self-incrimination. Practically... - Full Story
January 20, 2005
Supreme Court upholds arrest — even after declaring officer's reason for arrest invalid Quinlan Publishing Group - Case Summaries on Legal Compliance

Supreme Court upholds arrest — even after declaring officer's reason for arrest invalid

In a recent decision handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court, the court held that an arrest based on a... - Full Story
October 01, 2004
Limbaugh loses first round in battle to suppress medical records Quinlan Publishing Group - Case Summaries on Legal Compliance

Limbaugh loses first round in battle to suppress medical records

Florida's Fourth District Court of Appeals recently issued a written ruling denying Rush Limbaugh's request... - Full Story
January 05, 2004
Court confirms cursing at cops can constitute crime Scott Buhrmaster - Topics & Tactics for Law Enforcement

Court confirms cursing at cops can constitute crime

A PoliceOne.com Special Report By Scott Buhrmaster, PoliceOne Columnist Malachi Robinson apparently doesn't... - Full Story



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