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LAPD Plan to Lessen Impound Fees on Unlicensed Drivers Stymied

luecklaw  -  Feb 15, 2012 , , ,  - 
The LA Times is reporting that a California state agency has issued an opinion causing the Police Commission to put on hold a vote to alter how the LAPD treats impounded vehicles of unlicensed drivers.  Under current California law, vehicles … Continue reading

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Former LAPD Detective on Trial for Murder Shows Why Suspects Should NEVER Talk to Cops

luecklaw  -  Feb 07, 2012 , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,  - 
Former LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus is currently on trial for the 1986 homicide of her former boyfriend’s wife.  The story of how the cold case was cracked is a case-study in police investigation and interrogation.  The lesson to be learned, … Continue reading

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Man Acquitted by Jury, Still Sentenced to 15 Years

luecklaw  -  Jan 21, 2012 , , , , , , , , , , , , ,  - 
The South Florida Sun Sentinel is reporting that a man acquitted in two separate jury trials of fondling pre-teen girls has been sentenced to fifteen years in prison based upon the same evidence which amounted to a violation of his … Continue reading

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Jailers More Likely to Use Force on Mentally Ill Inmates

luecklaw  -  Jan 11, 2012 , , , , , ,  - 
The LA Times is reporting that deputies in LA County jails are more likely to use force on mentally ill inmates than other prisoners. According to a report by the Sheriff’s Department, although inmates classified as mentally ill make up only … Continue reading

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