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    Radley Balko’s recent essay in the Wall Street Journal, in which he writes about the rise of the warrior cop, takes the same title of ...

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    Criminal defense lawyers have long known that eyewitness testimony isn’t as reliable as prosecutors claim. And yet plenty of people accused and charged with crimes ...

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    When the cops put a GPS tracking device on a man’s car, without a warrant, and used it to track the man’s comings and goings, ...

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    The UK government has taken steps to curb easy access to online porn. In a report published by the BBC, Prime Minister David Cameron blamed ...

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  • Zimmerman Decides Not To Testify In His Own Defense

    Michael Pearson with CNN reports that George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer charged with the murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin during a fight last year, ...

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    Steven Ross Johnson with reports that a recent CDC study shows binge drinking, which is defined as 5 or more drinks in one sitting ...

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    Bath salts are a relatively new player in the world of illegal drugs — so new, in fact, that their use was not technically labeled ...

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  • Former Intelligence Analyst Bradley Manning Sentenced In Whistleblower Case

    Reuters reports that former intelligence analyst Bradley Manning, accused of leaking classified information to the media – 700,000 files worth of classified information – was ...

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  • Former Maryland police officer arrested for weapons charges

    The sale and resale of firearms is a closely regulated practice in Maryland. Assault weapons, in particular, have been under harsh scrutiny in recent years, ...

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