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PistolCam: Footage to go

Police officers are exonerated 93 percent of the time in cases where video evidence is available, one... - Full Story

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TASERed man sues Utah trooper

By Ben Winslow and Geoff Liesik The Deseret Morning News Related: YouTube threats target Utah trooper... - Full Story

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Man cleared in Ga. officer slayings; 3 arrested

The Associated Press DECATUR, Ga. — One man arrested in the killings of two police officers was... - Full Story

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2 decades later, a Colo. slaying divides the LE community

By Eliott C. McLaughlin CNN FORT COLLINS, Colorado — Police are still arguing about the case two... - Full Story

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Court says Fla. officers were justified in shooting

By Leon Fooksman The Sun-Sentinel PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — Three Palm Beach County sheriff's deputies... - Full Story

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Wis. officer found not guilty of misconduct

By Derrick Nunnally The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel MILWAUKEE, Wis. — In a case based on a prostitute's... - Full Story

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'03 police shooting at core of San Diego trial

Officials' account is sharply disputed By Greg Moran San Diego Union-Tribune SAN DIEGO, Calif. —... - Full Story

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Flaws of N.Y. sex offender registry revealed

By Erik German Newsday ALBANY — State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released an audit Tuesday of... - Full Story

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Supreme Court weighs ex-con's drug case

By PETE YOST Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday questioned whether evidence... - Full Story

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Calif. court: Pot smoke no substitute for warrant

By Bob Egelko The San Francisco Chronicle SAN FRANCISCO — Police can't enter a home without a warrant... - Full Story



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