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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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Conn. legislator wants probe over lack of minority, female police hires

State Rep. Charlie Stallworth charged Friday that the city's police department is not hiring enough female and minority officers to adequately represent population - Full Story

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Ga. deputies put focus on 'deadbeat parents'

The warrants team is attempting to identify parents who owe a lot of money for child support - Full Story

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Former Mass. officer shot by homeowner awarded $1.2M

A jury has ruled in favor of a former officer who sued after he was shot responding to a burglar alarm by a homeowner who thought he was an intruder - Full Story

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Rap lyrics at center of NJ Supreme Court murder case

Rap lyrics at center of NJ Supreme Court murder case

A NJ man whose rap lyrics boasted he would "blow your face off and leave your brain caved in the street" will have his attempted murder case considered by the state's Supreme Court - Full Story

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Gunman says he shot NY rookie 'Because I hate cops'

Rashun Robinson, 28, has been arrested on attempted murder, assault, weapon possession and other charges.

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Gunman says he shot NY rookie 'Because I hate cops'

Rashun Robinson, 28, has been arrested on attempted murder, assault, weapon possession and other charges - Full Story

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Ind. police adopt filming policy after $200K settlement

The policy states officers cannot interfere with bystanders filming an incident at a reasonable distance - Full Story

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Why SCOTUS' 'qualified immunity' decision is huge for cops Joanne Eldridge - The Justice Report

Why SCOTUS' 'qualified immunity' decision is huge for cops

At issue is whether the actions of the police shooting at the vehicle as it attempted to escape constituted excessive force in violation of the Fourth Amendment - Full Story

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Va. cop killer incompetent to stand trial

Va. cop killer incompetent to stand trial

Russell E. Brown will be sent to Central State Hospital for rehabilitation for the death of Trooper Junius A. Walker - Full Story

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Former cop sues Miami PD for dressing overtime

Former Sgt. Michael Weissberg is looking to be paid for the extra 5-10 hours overtime it took him each week to prepare for work - Full Story



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