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Fla. Chief Steps Down In Teen's Shooting

March 23, 2012
Sanford (Fla.) Police Chief Bill Lee has stepped down temporarily, saying he has become a "distraction" in the investigation of the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

ACLU Critical of California's Prison 'Realignment'

March 23, 2012
California's initiative to shift state inmates to local jails has drawn fire from the American Civil Liberties Union, who has released a report criticizing "realignment."

DuPont Supports Federal Ballistic-Vest Funding

March 22, 2012
DuPont Protection Technologies submitted testimony to Congress supporting the renewal of the Bulletproof Vest Partnership Act (BVPA) grant program for law enforcement agencies.

Texas Deputy Shoots Naked Man Armed With Shotgun

March 22, 2012
A Montgomery County (Texas) Sheriff's deputy shot an incoherent naked man who refused to drop a shotgun after breaking into a neighbor's home in Conroe.

N.H. Cop Injured In Gunfight

March 22, 2012
A 22-year-old Litchfield man is in custody today, charged with shooting a Manchester police officer in New Hampshire's largest city Wednesday night.

'Stand Your Ground' Law At Center of Fla. Shooting

March 22, 2012
Florida is among 21 states with a "Stand Your Ground Law," which gives people wide latitude to use deadly force rather than retreat during a fight. The Florida law lets police on the scene decide whether they believe the self-defense claim.

Chief In Fla. Teen's Shooting Gets No Confidence Vote

March 22, 2012
City commissioners in Sanford, Fla., have given their city's chief a no-confidence vote for his handling of the racially tinged shooting of a teenager by a self-appointed neighborhood watchman.

N.J. Cop Killer Gets Life Without Parole

March 22, 2012
The 20-year-old New Jersey man convicted of fatally shooting a Lakewood patrolman in his cruiser at point blank range will spend the rest of his life behind bars without an opportunity for parole.
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Indiana Governor Signs 'Right To Resist' Law

March 22, 2012
Indiana's Gov. Mitch Daniels has signed a law giving citizens the right to resist unlawful police actions and causing alarm among law enforcement officers.

Video: Okla. Cops Fired for Restraining Hospital Patient

March 21, 2012
Surveillance video showing Bartlesville (Okla.) Police officers restraining a hospital patient has led to the firing of two officers involved in the incident.
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