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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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Personal information on pair of Milwaukee officers ended up inside state prison

Editor's note: This report serves as a jarring reminder of the need to be prepared to protect yourself... - Full Story

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2 utah officers cleared in '98 shooting

By Geoffrey Fattah Deseret Morning News UTAH COUNTY - A federal jury has found two Utah County police... - Full Story

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NYPD union to sue over sobriety tests

The Associated Press NEW YORK — A police union is going to federal court to challenge a New York Police... - Full Story

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Aggressor ID picks up where mandatory arrest left off

The complexities of domestic violence cases require policies to help police comprehend abuse situations... - Full Story

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NYPD to be challenged over officers' post-shooting sobriety testing

The Associated Press NEW YORK – A police union is going to federal court to challenge a New York Police... - Full Story

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NYC rejects listing retired detective as 9/11 death

By The Associated Press NEW YORK — He became the face of post-Sept. 11 illness after his death in early... - Full Story

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Wisc. driver who crossed fog line was stopped without enough reason, judge rules

Drunken driving overturned By DAVID DOEGE and JACQUELINE SEIBEL Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel WAUKESHA,... - Full Story



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