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February 16, 2011
No criminal charges for Seattle cop who shot, killed woodcarver

No criminal charges for Seattle cop who shot, killed woodcarver

The Chief’s announcement may still lead to the officer’s firing in the shooting death of a Seattle woodcarver who was holding a knife. The video was captured on dash cam, although the shooting itself can’t be seen.
Video: Officer in court
June 03, 2010
Court expands limits on Miranda

Court expands limits on Miranda

Suspects must break their silence and tell police they are going to remain quiet to stop an interrogation, just as they must tell police that they want a lawyer. (AP Photo)
Score one for the good guys
April 30, 2010
Ariz. cop sues over immigration law

Ariz. cop sues over immigration law

Tucson police officer Martin Escobar fears the immigration law will lead to racial profiling despite the governor's vow that officers will be properly trained. Escobar is acting on his own, not on behalf of the department. No "race-neutral criteria"

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