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Newspaper sues Wis. police for denying access to records

The Associated Press MADISON, Wis. — A newspaper is accusing the Madison Police Department of violating... - Full Story

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Supreme Court toughens prison sentencing rules

The Associated Press WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court made it harder Thursday for most defendants... - Full Story

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Wyo. police chief reprimanded for political letter

The Associated Press CASPER, Wyo. — Casper Police Chief Tom Pagel will be reprimanded for using department... - Full Story

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Supreme Court: Passengers can challenge police stop

By Mark Sherman The Associated Press WASHINGTON, D.C. — Passengers, like drivers, have a constitutional... - Full Story

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Wash. police can access toll record

By Associated Press TACOMA, Wash. — Every time a driver pays the new toll on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge... - Full Story

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Calif. court rules police can use anonymous tip as prelude to searching home

Bob Egelko San Francisco Chronicle Related: Anonymous tip/unlawful stop investigative stops quiz SAN... - Full Story

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Jury acquits Ohio man of shooting officer

Defendant faces unrelated charge for jail break By The Associated Press ELDORADO — A Smackover man has... - Full Story

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Former Ga. officer files federal lawsuit over firing

By David A. Markiewicz, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution HOLY SPRINGS, GA. — An Iraqi war veteran said... - Full Story

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Former Conn. trooper to receive $750,000 settlement

By TRACY GORDON FOX The Hartford Courant MERIDEN, Conn.— Former state police Maj. Gregory Senick this... - Full Story

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Supreme Court say officers can control passengers on traffic stops Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

Supreme Court say officers can control passengers on traffic stops

From the archives of the Calibre Press Street Survival Newsline Editor's note: This article was originally... - Full Story



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