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Illinois would allow audio and video recordings of police interrogations in all felony cases to be used in court under a proposal the Senate passed Thursday to expand current law that requires taping in murder cases. The recordings would not be required...
Richard Porter, 17, said he's seen Chicago police officers stop and frisk so many people in his neighborhood that when a squad car rolls up, he and his friends automatically "assume the position." Martrell Harris, 16, said his only encounter with the...
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A Bunker Hill, W.Va., man is expected to be sentenced to life in prison next month after a jury found Wednesday that he was previously convicted of two felonies before he was convicted of child abuse in February. Nathan Allen Snyder, 29, is scheduled to...
The fact that our Congress could not pass any gun law reform is very disheartening in view of the mass murders of recent years. At the very least, universal background checks would allow us feel that our government is acting responsibly in attempting to...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- A South Bend police officer investigating robberies was scouring social media sites for connections among suspects back in 2011. A name new to law enforcement at the time emerged from her research: the Cash Out Boyz. Almost simultaneously,...
A car hurtled off the highway, fatally struck a pedestrian and overturned in front of City Hall and scores of downtown witnesses. A day later, police said the driver had walked free without charges. Despite anger and outrage from those who knew Matt...
The first California county has agreed to send some of its jail inmates to work at state prison fire camps, helping to patch a hole in the state's wildfire defense system created by prison realignment. Riverside County agreed to pay the state $46.19 a...
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email@example.comGALENA, Mo. -- Stone County Juvenile Court Judge Alan Blankenship ruled Tuesday that two teenagers accused of murdering a couple from Michigan will be tried as adults. Blankenship made his ruling after a hearing last week in which he heard details about...
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BOSTON — In an extraordinary proceeding in a hospital room Monday, federal authorities charged Dzhokhar Tsarnaev with using a weapon of mass destruction in the bombings that killed three people and injured more than 200 others at last week's...
The Hartford CourantThe state Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday on whether Connecticut's controversial prospective repeal of the death penalty is constitutional. The General Assembly eliminated capital punishment a year ago. But to win passage, lawmakers...
Lawyers for a Harford County teen accused of killing his father last year attempted to convince a judge Friday that it would be unconstitutional to try the 17-year-old as an adult. Robert C. Richardson III's attorneys also said the boy is suffering from...
“Hooray to the BOE for moving their offices to the Allegheny Power building. It just makes sense.” — Fairplay “I’ve noticed, with taxpayers’ money, of course, these new positions being formed, old positions being...
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