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Atlanta Police Misconduct Misconduct and Excessive Force Going into law enforcement is no easy task. Police officers and public safety officers alike have important responsibilities to uphold in helping prevent crime and keeping a community secure. In fulfilling […]

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Clayton Teacher Fired for Allegedly Putting “Hit” on Student The Clayton County school board voted to fire a teacher accused of ordering a “hit” on a student, officials said. In a unanimous vote, the nine-member board decided to […]

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Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault Not Guilty in Cobb County According to an article, an uncommon method was used by a judge in Cobb County as he by-passed the jury and issued a directed verdict. Based on the […]

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Brooklyn Hit and Run Critically Injures 2 February 10, 2009 an SUV fled the scene after running down a family crossing the street. Following their mother, Ralph Nicholas was struck as he was holding his sister Sade’s hand […]

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Bronx Forgery and Abandonment of Five Year Old In a story on March 13, 2009, Paul Casson, 28, an EMT was arrested and charged with forging a nurse’s signature and abandoning a five-year-old at the hospital. A spokeswoman for the […]

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Bronx First-Degree Manslaughter Charge Against Officer In a story that there is a correction from their original story on March 13, 2009, that Officer Rafael Lora faces a first-degree manslaughter charge in New York for the deadly shooting of Fermin Arzu, 41, […]

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New York City controller William Thompson released a report that the city paid out $35.2 million in settlements last year a 40 percent jump from just the previous year. Police procedures, such as false arrests and excessive force, […]

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Staten Island Attendant Killed, No Witnesses Mohammad Ishfq Ahmad, 50 was shot and killed at a gas and deli station on Staten Island located on Victory Boulevard. Ahmad had moved from Pakistan to the United States in search […]

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Drug Felony Convictions Lands Illegal Aliens in Prison for Life A U.S. District judge sentenced defendant Olivar Martinez-Blanco to life in prison without parole on December 9, 2008, on Federal drug felony charges stemming from his role in a massive […]
Federal Felony Drug Charges Filed After Massive Marijuana Trafficking Ring Uncovered A DMV employee and nine others were indicted on charges of marijuana trafficking and corruption. On December 2, 2008, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration unsealed an indictment […]