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156 Houston PD crime lab cases under review

By Roma Khanna The Houston Chronicle HOUSTON, Texas — More than 150 inmates whose convictions may be... - Full Story

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So. Cal. sheriff faces judge on corruption charges

With wife and alleged mistress, Mike Carona hears charges. A federal magistrate sets bail at $20,000... - Full Story

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Pa. cop-killer gets life: 'I'm deeply sorry'

By Julie Shaw Philadelphia Daily News PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — ANNE SKERSKI batted back the tears, forcing... - Full Story

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So. Calif. sheriff indicted on federal charges

By CHRISTINE HANLEY, H.G. REZA and PAUL PRINGLE Los Angeles Times ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — Orange County... - Full Story

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Texas man pleads guilty in long unsolved case of killing of 5

By The Associated Press HENDERSON, Tex. — A convicted burglar pleaded guilty Monday to the deaths of... - Full Story

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No charges for TASERed Fla. student

By TRAVIS REED Associated Press WriterORLANDO, Fla. — A University of Florida student who was shocked... - Full Story

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University of Fla. police cleared in use of TASER on student

The Associated Press Read news report 9.18.07: Student tasered at Kerry event provokes public outcry... - Full Story

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Do misdemeanors constitute reasonable suspicion? Ken Wallentine - Law Enforcement and the Law

Do misdemeanors constitute reasonable suspicion?

Stop based on reasonable suspicion of a completed misdemeanor held to be unconstitutional A patrol officer sp... - Full Story

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Are you ready to testify? Tips on being an effective witness.

With Valerie VanBrocklin You've just made a big arrest. Investigators have gathered lots of additional... - Full Story

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Question: Can a department legally use mug shots or a "Mug Book" for identification purposes?

By Robert T. Thetford, Attorney at Law Article reprinted with permission from the ICJE "Appearance evidence"... - Full Story



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