When Washington decrees the helotry must be disarmed, Raney – while emitting mournful reluctance, no doubt – would carry out the mission, displaying the same devotion to duty exhibited by his predecessors enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act
Michigan gun rights group protested the arrest earlier this month of an open-carry activist in Detroit. About 20 men and women carrying firearms walked Sunday afternoon along a commercial boulevard to the Detroit Police Department Northeast Precin
Family members plan to sue the police officer who shot an unarmed 24-year-old California man outside a liquor store. Richard Perez was shot to death by Richmond Officer Wallace Jensen after he refused to show his identification.
"Tommy was already out there," Mottern said. "He sits out there and smokes cigarettes. He came out from beside the porch … He started to put his hands up. He walked out into the grass … They were telling him to come."
An Oklahoma Highway Patrol official spokesman told women the best way not to get raped by an officer was to "follow the law." In recent months, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer and an Oklahoma City Police officer have been accused
In many places, the image of the friendly cop on the beat has been replaced by intimidating, fully armed military-style troops. And Israel has played part in that transition.
A Florida sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man Saturday afternoon during a dispute outside a towing company, but the man's relatives said he was deaf and unable to hear deputies' commands.
During a violent surprise raid on a family-occupied apartment, federal agents opened fire on an innocent grandmother as she reached out to protect an infant.
A glimpse inside the corruption at the Flathead County Prosecutor's Office: Coercion of defendants and attorneys forced to play ball or get black-balled.
The mayor of Peoria, Illinois, put himself on the map by pushing police to raid the home of a person who had created a parody Twitter account that mocked him. The fake account made him appear to be a profane druggie (in other words, interesting).
"He wanted to do some domestic travel to other states, and to travel internationally," Deskovic added in discussing what Lopez would do with any payout he received. "He wanted to go to college and to go to law school."
Gardiner attorney Kevin Sullivan announced his candidacy this week and a major part of his platform is making headlines. "I just think that it doesn't make sense to spend money, the state's money, to prosecute marijuana at this point," Sulliv
Uniformed Secret Service officers walk along the lawn on the North side of the White House in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
• Managing Media Assault and Battery • Managing the Media When Things Get Ugly (think Ferguson) • Managing the Media in a Crisis (including lessons learned from the Newtown, CT school shooting.)
Today a federal appeals court rebuked police in Orange County, Florida, for mounting a warrantless, SWAT-style raid on a barbership under the pretense of assisting state inspectors. "We have twice held, on facts disturbingly similar to those presente
[INTERESTING READ] Authorities hunkered down early Saturday in the neighborhood where a man suspected in the fatal shooting of a Pennsylvania State Police trooper lived with his parents, raising hopes they had him cornered
Once Officer Piercy had maneuvered his boat next to Ellingson, the trooper showed no urgency in helping the man in the water, didn't turn on his red lights and didn't motion for them to assist. The family eventually left the area
A Louisville Metro Police officer who admitted damaging his cruiser while driving intoxicated and shooting his weapon during a SWAT standoff at his home was not charged and remains on the job, according to records obtained by WDRB.
Police Chief: "I am a soldier in an army. We serve you [the City Council] in that way…. We should not be in a position where we're going to have to decide how we're going to police this city."
[T]he simpler explanation is that he was awakened by armed men breaking into his home and did what he thought he needed to do to defend himself. Especially since that's exactly what these raids are designed to do: take you by surprise.
Apple is making it impossible to turn over data from most iPhones or iPads to police — even when they have a search warrant — taking a hard line as companies attempt to blunt allegations they have too readily participated in government
The incident was caught on a patrol car dash cam, not only prompted Apple to suspend the deputy without pay – yes, without pay – it also prompted him to begin the termination process against Igoe, who was cleared by a grand jury
The dog/probable cause connection is one of the most problematic pieces of legal mythology around. It's a firmly embedded concept, and the Supreme Court has consistently refused to recognize it's as much probable cause as a coin toss,
With more than 2 decades of police experience, Nielsen learned to manipulate the truth to his advantage, which is what he did last week when snatching two cameras out of a man's hands after claiming he was blinded by the flash.
Los Angeles Unified School District police officials are considering whether they need the armored vehicle[, submachine guns] and grenade launchers they received from the U.S. military.
A report completed by the Office of Independent Review this year has not been made public after the Pasadena Police Officers' Association sought to have it sealed arguing it contains privileged information barred from release under state law.
A Missouri cop tased a teenager who was recording him during a traffic stop before yanking him out of the car, handcuffing him, then dropping him on his face on a sidewalk, sending the young man into bloody convulsions where he is in a coma.
The beating of Kollin Truss by Baltimore police, shown vividly in video released by his attorney. The video is highly disturbing and shows Officer Vincent Cosom striking Truss without any apparent provocation, followed by other officers.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation says its facial recognition project that stores millions of mug shots and other photos is out of the pilot stage and is at "full operational capability."
A 22-year-old black man with a sword may have been running away when Utah police fatally shot him "numerous" times from behind last week, an attorney for the man's family said over the weekend.