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April 21, 2011
ACLU questions Mich. police cell-phone scans

ACLU questions Mich. police cell-phone scans

A portable device used by Michigan police to extract information from cell phones is being questioned by the ACLU. They want to know circumstances under which cops extract the personal data. That'll cost you $544,680
April 18, 2011
Wash. passes 'biker-profiling' law

Wash. passes 'biker-profiling' law

Bikers in Washington state are celebrating a new law that prohibits police from profiling motorcycle riders. They say it has been a major problem over the years, but we’d like to hear what you think. Video: Biker won't remove helmet
April 14, 2011
Eyewitnesses describe Tenn. officer's fatal shooting

Eyewitnesses describe Tenn. officer's fatal shooting

Colorado fugitive Jesse R. Mathews, charged in the April 2 fatal shooting of Sgt. Tim Chapin, is brought into a court hearing in Chattanooga on Wed. Witnesses described the shooting in detail. (AP Photo/Bill Poovey). "Like it was nothing"

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