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Excited Delirium and its medical status Chris Lawrence - Beat-1

Excited Delirium and its medical status

Register for the 2008 3rd Annual IPICD Conference - October 29-31 @ The Orleans Hotel (Las Vegas, NV) I r... - Full Story


States try to toughen penalties for refusing breath test

By CARRIE SPENCER GHOSE Associated Press Writer COLUMBUS, Ohio- States are trying to toughen penalties... - Full Story


New Orleans courts expect to be able to find jurors, begin trials

By MARY FOSTER Associated Press Writer NEW ORLEANS- Criminal trials in New Orleans could begin again... - Full Story


Star witness wavering in 1970 cop killing

BY SHANNON PRATHER Pioneer Press Constance Trimble is supposed to be a key witness next month against... - Full Story


Appeals court rejects police immunity from lawsuit

By TONI LOCY Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON- A federal appeals court refused Friday to exempt two... - Full Story


Calif. officer arrested on sex charges

By Elise Ackerman Mercury News A 49-year-old San Jose police officer was arrested Thursday on felony... - Full Story


Man sentenced to death in retired Fla. officer's slaying

The Associated Press PENSACOLA, Fla.- A man who claimed he killed a retired police officer because he... - Full Story


U.S. judge: Unborn children don't count when it comes to carpool lanes

The Associated Press MESA, Arizona- Unborn children don't count when it comes to carpool lanes, according... - Full Story


Judge cracks down on courtroom intimidation with 'Stop Snitching' shirt ban

The Associated Press BOSTON — A top Massachusetts judge has banned clothing bearing the phrase "Stop... - Full Story


Calif. cop pleads guilty for aiding prisioner with wiretapping

By GREG RISLING Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES- A former Beverly Hills police officer and the ex-wife... - Full Story

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