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Two Southern Arizona Sheriffs Set Up Legal Defense Fund

July 15, 2010
Sheriffs' Dever and Babeu are strong advocates of the new SB 1070 law that requires officers with reasonable suspicion to ask subjects about their immigration status.

Getac Upgrades V100 Rugged Convertible Mobile Computer

July 15, 2010
Tests show the new V100 clocks in at up to 47 percent faster than its predecessor by combining Turbo Boost Technology for processor-intensive applications and a 4MB Intel Smart Cache, readily available to each of the processor cores, to ensure maximum performance whenever and wherever it's needed.

Mehserle Sentencing Pushed Back to Nov. 5

July 15, 2010
The sentencing date for former BART police Officer Johannes Mehserle has been pushed back three months, to Nov. 5, to allow attorneys to prepare for what is expected to be a lengthy hearing.

77-Year-Old Illinois Cop Killer Scheduled for Parole

July 15, 2010
On Oct. 27, 1967, Michael Gargano and two other men unleashed a torrent of gunfire at police officers during a robbery at the Northlake Bank in Northlake, Ill., killing Detective Sgt. John Nagle and Officer Anthony Perri. Two other officers were wounded.

Reputed Mob Boss Charged with 1997 Cop Killing

July 15, 2010
Former Colombo crime boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli, 57, passed on the order from then-consigliere Joel (Joe Waverly) Cacace to underlings to gun down the cop because he had married Cacace's ex-wife, the feds say.

N.J. Officers Now Required to Explain DUI Breath Test In Driver's Language

July 14, 2010
A state Supreme Court ruling requires New Jersey law enforcement officers to explain to alleged drunk drivers in a language they speak or understand that they are legally required to take a Breathalyzer test.

No Jail Time for Former NYPD Officer Who Lied About Bicyclist Confrontation

July 14, 2010
Patrick Pogan had been facing up to four years in prison. The officer won't be allowed to rejoin the department, because he's been convicted of a felony.

Oakland Chief Releases List of 44 Crimes PD Won't Respond To

July 14, 2010
Chief Batts released a list of situations police won't respond to that includes grand theft, burglary, car wrecks, identity theft and vandalism. Several of the lesser crimes include discarding an appliance with a lock, an unauthorized cable TV connection and a stolen license plate.

Ohio Cousins Head to Prison for Providing Material Support to Terrorists

July 14, 2010
In May 2004, they traveled together to Cairo, Egypt, where they hoped to make contact with the mujahedeen, receive training, and be placed in either Iraq or Afghanistan to fight U.S. troops. They returned to the U.S. where they came in contact with an undercover informant and sought military training.

Wisconsin Tribal Drug Investigation Adds Two More Convictions

July 14, 2010
Twenty-four defendants have now been sentenced as a result of this investigation into drug dealing on St. Croix tribal lands.
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