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From the Supreme Court on down to the county courthouse, police law and decisions affecting law enforcement change on a daily basis. The Legal topic page on PoliceOne is a must-read for any officer, at any agency, who wants to stay up-to-date on the latest news. Every trial, verdict, and court decision that has to do with cops will be covered on this page, which also features expert analysis.
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Calif. police given leeway in drunk-driving search

Bob Egelko, Chronicle Staff Writer Copyright 2006 The Chronicle Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved Police... - Full Story

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Is the American Litigation System the Terrorists' Best Friend?

By John GiduckYou wake in the middle of the night among sweat-soaked sheets. Your dreams fade to a blurry... - Full Story

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Legal Corner: Inadequate Training – On-Duty & Off-Duty Scenarios

By Mark T. Baganz, Esq.Inadequate training in deadly force lays the groundwork for costly litigation.... - Full Story

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Milwaukee officer charged in murder

Copyright 2006 Madison Newspapers, Inc. MILWAUKEE (AP) The Milwaukee County district attorney has charged... - Full Story

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Ohio deputy expresses doubt over guilt of death row inmate

The Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio- A former sheriff's deputy who was part of the investigation into... - Full Story

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D.C. cops frustrated by pace of probe

John McArdle, ROLL CALL STAFF Copyright 2006 Roll Call, Inc. As another week ended without a decision... - Full Story

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Attempted-murder charge in N.Y. police foot shooting

The Associated Press WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.- A man accused of shooting a policeman in the foot as they struggled... - Full Story

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Sick or slick - mobsters under arrest claim illness

By LARRY McSHANE Associated Press Writer NEW YORK- And the Oscar goes to ... Gregory DePalma? In 1999,... - Full Story

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Supreme Court rules police don't need warrants in emergencies

By GINA HOLLAND Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON- The Supreme Court reaffirmed Monday that police can... - Full Story

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Settlement close for slain Calif. officer's family

Henry K. Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer Copyright 2006 The Chronicle Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved... - Full Story



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