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No felony charges for man who killed Texas deputy

By Brian Rogers The Houston Chronicle HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A Harris County grand jury on Thursday... - Full Story

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NYPD to offer data on frisking

By Rocco Rarascandola Newsday NEW YORK — The New York Police Department has reversed course and... - Full Story

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N.C. officer suspended for drawing gun on fleeing suspect

By Mike Torralba The Charlotte Observer MARSHVILLE, N.C. — A Marshville police officer has been... - Full Story

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Ex-Atlanta officer guilty of taking payoffs

By Harry R. Weber The Associated Press ATLANTA, Ga. — A former police officer pleaded guilty Thursday... - Full Story

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4 ways officers can help prosecutors prosecute

By Tony Polse Assistant State's Attorney, Lake County, Ill.All too often, I hear police officers complaining... - Full Story

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2 Ohio cops sued, sue back, win

By Sharon Coolidge The Cincinnati Enquirer CINCINNATI — Two Cincinnati police officers took a different... - Full Story

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Wis. deputy charged in fatal crash

The Madison Capital Times MADISON, Wis. — A sheriff's deputy who drove through a red light with... - Full Story

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2 charged with trying to kill Chicago officer

The Chicago Tribune CHICAGO — Two men were charged with attempted murder Monday after one was accused... - Full Story

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Ohio court debates rights to body parts

By Julie Carr Smyth The Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio — During an autopsy, the Hamilton County... - Full Story

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Supreme Court rules against Muslim inmate

The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Tuesday that a Muslim inmate cannot sue... - Full Story



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