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WASHINGTON — The federal rules say a person making an arrest "must take the defendant before a magistrate without unnecessary delay." And the Supreme Court has said the judicial process must begin within 48 hours. This rule aims to "prevent secret...
In March of 2012, after months of behind-the-scenes conversations with the city, Competitor Group, a race organizer, and VisitPittsburgh announced the Pittsburgh Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon would be held in August of this year, an event that would feature...
Tina Marie Stoll was convicted of armed robbery and assault with intent to commit murder in 57th Circuit Court after five hours of jury deliberation on Friday. A sentencing hearing has not been scheduled as of early today, Monday, April 29. The case...
Change of SubjectJudges, not law enforcement officials, need to take responsibility for which prisoners get released on home monitoring Friday's print column Something extremely odd happened in the Cook County criminal court system in November: Suddenly, and without...
Change of SubjectOriginally published April 17; moved to the top of the blog because it's the subject of my Friday print column. I've been meaning to get to this extraordinary spat on "Chicago Tonight" earlier this month. WTTW-Ch. 11 invited Cook County......
firstname.lastname@example.orgSome Washington County lawmakers are calling for another look at the state prison system and how the prisons are run after federal charges were filed against 13 female corrections officers, seven inmates and five others with alleged gang ties last week at...
With the pension system for City Hall workers facing nearly $700 million in unfunded liabilities, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is introducing legislation today that would require employees to start contributing part of their salaries to the fund....
In a career that's spanned more than four decades in four states, Gary D. Maynard has dealt with inmate sex scandals, prison riots, suicides and shrinking public safety budgets. Last week, the Maryland corrections secretary faced a bank of TV cameras...
THE DAILY AMERICANMore than 100 women participated a gun safety class held by the Sheriff's Office of Somerset County. The women practiced shooting Saturday morning on the range at State Game Lands along Berlin Plank Road. Participants learned general gun safety and use....
Tags: Shootings, Politics, Government
A little-noticed provision tucked at the end of the sweeping gun legislation approved by the General Assembly last month would shield from view key state gun records that now are public — a change that was pushed by gun-rights advocates during the...
Tags: Laws, Politics, Weaponry, Interior Policy, Lawyers
State corrections secretary Gary D. Maynard ordered polygraph tests Friday of top administrators and "integrity reviews" of every employee at the Baltimore City Detention Center in an effort to root out corruption at the jail. Maynard has moved his...
On a unanimous vote, the Florida Senate just unanimously approved legislation would permit small coastal counties around the state to spend their bed taxes on lifeguards and beach patrols. The issue now heads to the House of Representatives, where...
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