"Seeing a cop down was hysterical to them. They thought it was the funniest thing they ever saw," said Trooper Cliff Pratt, State Patrol spokesman. "They didn't know whether he was going to live or die and they didn't care. That's what makes it so ha
Shelley remained in the Kershaw County Detention Center on Monday on charges of driving on a suspended license and giving false information to a police officer, Thomley said. He suffered a leg fracture, cuts and bruises,
24 retired NYPD cops, some already getting tax-free disability pensions, are investigated for feigning mental illness to add Social Security benefits to their juicy incomes -- even as they declared themselves sane enough to pack a pistol,
Recently in SLC Utah we caught up with the former Sheriff of Graham county Arizona to get his thoughts on the issues of the day and specifically news from Arizona as the controversial bill SB1070 went in to effect the same weekend.
What appeared to be the entire on-duty Keene police department was called out to threaten violence against peaceful vendors who’d set up tables at Railroad Square, including a young girl who had intended to sell limeaid and ice cream.
Police cannot surreptitiously stick a GPS unit on your car and track your movements without a warrant, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has ruled. Police use of GPS evidence to convict two individuals was a violation of the Fourth
A Seattle parking enforcement officer left a ticket on the windshield of a car with a dead man inside, police said.
On July 1st, Adam and I were arrested in Greenfield, MA. The next day we learned that between us we were charged with three felonies and five misdemeanors. We had not hurt anyone. There was no victim. For a thorough overview of what went down, check
"The Capitol Police are fairly jaded about protests, but they get a bit more careful when it comes to pretending to hang a member of Congress," Ambreen Ali noted at Congress.org on Friday.
Sheriff Tony DeMeo protected Nye County citizen Wayne Hage from illegal federal encroachments.
Anthony Graber, a Maryland Air National Guard staff sergeant, faces up to 16 years in prison. His crime? He videotaped his March encounter with a state trooper who pulled him over for speeding on a motorcycle. Then Graber posted the video
"It is my opinion that Virginia law enforcement officers, including conservation officers may, like Arizona police officers, inquire into the immigration status of persons stopped or arrested," he wrote.
Babeu told CNSNews.com that rather than help law enforcement in Arizona stop the hundreds of thousands of people who come into the United States illegally, the federal government is targeting the state and its law enforcement personnel.
"...suspects must break their silence and tell police they are going to remain quiet... just as they must tell police that they want a lawyer."
Paul Ceglia, who claims in a lawsuit that he owns 84 percent of Facebook Inc., said his case wouldn’t have been possible if state troopers hadn’t come to his house in October to arrest him for fraud.
For those of you who object to individual's exercising their rights while being seized absent suspicion at such checkpoints on the grounds that if they save just one life they're worth it, please review the effectiveness of such checkpoints for yours
A now-former Choctaw County Oklahoma deputy has been sentenced to a year and a half in prison after convicted of violating the civil rights of three men in two different incidents and then falsifying reports to justify it. The first incident involved
The showdown over Arizona's immigration law played out in court and on Phoenix's sun-splashed streets on Thursday, as the state sought to reinstate key parts of the measure and angry protesters chanted that they refused to "live in fear." Dozens were
"Ladies and gentlemen, you can wait and wait and wait for that legislation ... it's not passing," Kenneth Feinberg, the former special master of the federal 9/11 victim compensation fund, told an audience of ground zero responders
Hundreds of agents cheated on the test. Some took the open-book test together, violating rules that they take it alone. Others finished the lengthy exam unusually quickly.
Some people balk at restrictions on selling unprocessed milk and other foods. 'How can we not have the freedom to choose what we eat?' one says. Regulators say the rules exist for safety and fairness.
Given these clear-cut examples of police harassment merely for exercising one's rights while being detained absent reasonable suspicion, I note that two of the three encounters took place at suspicionless sobriety checkpoints where the officers had n
The new section is called Section 1070 to house violators of the new illegal immigration law, SB 1070.
Northern California's so-called Emerald Triangle, famous for marijuana farms that supply much of the U.S. with high-quality pot, is facing competition from hundreds of miles away—in Los Angeles County
Detroit Police Chief Warren Evans' surprise resignation from his post after just more than a year on the job. Mayor Dave Bing's office did not offer a reason for Evans' resignation though it came hours before a Detroit television station was to repor
apparently one can't share food provided through federally subsidized meal programs.
"I left the garage, walked to the front door. One of the police officers came up behind me, grabbed my arm, and said, 'You need to sit down.' I jerked my arm away from him and said, 'Don't touch me.' That's all I said to the man, and he tackled me,"
But it wasn't his daredevil stunt that has the 25-year-old staff sergeant for the Maryland Air National Guard facing the possibility of 16 years in prison. For that, he was issued a speeding ticket. It was the video that Graber posted on YouTube a we
With groups of concerned citizens already taking to the field to patrol the border and interupt border incursions, some say the state should bring them into the fold and provide some order and safety.
Inmates say they witnessed man's death when jailers restrained, shocked him repeatedly