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Presence of pit bull doesn't justify 'no knock' warrant in Mass.

Lawyers USA Staff The presence of a pit bull in a house does not provide probable cause for issuance... - Full Story

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R.I. officials push for 'microstamping' semiautomatics

Microstamping would be used to more easily match a handgun casings Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly PROVIDENCE,... - Full Story

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Two Pa. officers involved in scuffle are reinstated, compensated

By Jan Hefler The Philadelphia Inquirer DEPTFORD, Pa. — Two of the three Deptford police officers who... - Full Story

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High-ranking black officers sue Minneapolis PD

The five allege racial discrimination and a hostile work environment, especially under Tim Dolan. Two... - Full Story

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Fla. officer fired for excessive force during DUI arrest

Officer Coffey said he would not do anything differently; suspect was verbally assaulting him, threatening... - Full Story

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Calif. body armor maker sues feds

Fresno company says decertification cost it millions in contracts. By Sanford Nax, The Fresno Bee FRESNO,... - Full Story

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LA prosecutors use injuctions to battle "drug bazaars"

By Andrew Blankstein and Ari B. Bloomekatz The Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles prosecutors... - Full Story

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Ex-Chicago officer gets 75 yrs. for murder plot

By Azam Ahmed Chicago Tribune staff reporter CHICAGO, Ill. — A former Chicago police officer was sentenced... - Full Story

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Neb. officer claims weight led to firing

By Kevin Cole and Jennifer Palmer Omaha World-Herald Staff Writer Related: Was a Chief out of line for... - Full Story

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Two real world DUI case studies: What would you do? Ken Wallentine - Law Enforcement and the Law

Two real world DUI case studies: What would you do?

By Ken Wallentine DUI traffic stop became unintentional de facto arrest requiring suppression An off-duty ... - Full Story



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