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Ohio cop acquitted in 137-shot case faces assault charge

Ohio cop acquitted in 137-shot case faces assault charge

Officer has been charged with beating up his twin brother four days after his acquittal - Full Story

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Conn. legislature reverses court ruling limiting arrest data

Conn. lawmakers have reversed a state Supreme Court ruling that limited amount of info police must release - Full Story

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Texas lawmakers pass 'campus carry' as session winds down

Allowing concealed handguns in college classrooms had repeatedly stalled under Texas Republican majorities since the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting - Full Story

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High court throws out conviction for Facebook threats

High court throws out conviction for Facebook threats

Court did not specify to lower courts exactly what the standard of proof should be - Full Story

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Police body cam measure awaits action from Ill. governor

The bipartisan measure OK'd Saturday would make Illinois the first state in the country to implement a presidential task force's recommendations - Full Story

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Calif. bills reinstating penalties for some crimes fail

Several of the bills attempted to counter voters' approval of Proposition 47, which reduced a range of felony crimes to misdemeanors - Full Story

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Ill. house committee approves police body camera measure

Supporters of the bipartisan package say it is designed to help improve relations between police departments and the community - Full Story

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New law limits what Minn. bounty hunters can wear, drive

New law limits what Minn. bounty hunters can wear, drive

Forbids bail bondsmen from using certain-colored uniforms or vehicles with emblems that the public might mistake for law enforcement - Full Story



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