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Paralyzed N.C. Officer Recovers from Wounds

April 11, 2008
A Burke County, N.C., deputy who was shot in the neck and paralyzed during a December SWAT standoff is working hard to move forward with his life.

Miami-Dade Home Invasion Suspects Hide in Shopping Mall, Trigger Police Siege

April 4, 2008
One of Miami-Dade's largest and busiest malls was shut down for hours after four home invaders tried to use it as a hide-out. Two escaped capture.

Georgia Senate OKs Concealed Guns in Eateries, MARTA Trains

April 3, 2008
Georgians with concealed weapons permits could carry guns on MARTA trains, and into restaurants as long as they don't drink, under a bill that passed the Senate after two rounds of contentious debate Wednesday.

St. Louis County Officer Accused of Pointing Gun Charged with Assault

April 3, 2008
A St. Louis County police officer accused of pointing his gun at a parking lot attendant during the St. Patrick's Day parade was charged Wednesday with third-degree assault.

N.C. Man Released From Death Row After Charges Dropped

April 3, 2008
Glen Edward Chapman walked free Wednesday after nearly 14 years on death row in a case that a judge said was marred by a flawed police investigation and a faulty defense.

Three Massachusetts Officers Named February NLEOMF Officers of the Month

April 1, 2008
For their efforts to save two people from a burning building, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has announced the selection of Officers Derrick Dottin, Alex Capobianco, and Steven St. Hilaire of the Somerville (Mass.) Police Department as its Officers of the Month for February 2008.

Grand Jury: Wrongdoing Possible in 2 DeKalb (Ga.) Police Shootings

March 29, 2008
A long-awaited grand jury report on police shootings in DeKalb County, Ga., recommends possible criminal prosecutions in two fatal shootings by law enforcement officers and urges authorities to investigate possible thefts of money by other officers and bias or even evidence-tampering by a former top official in the county medical examiner's office.

Cop Killer Mumia Abu-Jamal Gets New Sentencing Hearing

March 27, 2008
A federal appeals court today refused to reinstate the death sentence for Mumia Abu-Jamal in the 1981 murder of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner.

72 S.C. Troopers Disciplined Over Five Years

March 27, 2008
More than 500 complaints have been filed against S.C. state troopers since 2004 — though two-thirds of the closed cases didn’t result in any formal disciplinary action — a review by The State newspaper found.

Panasonic Upgrades Its Rugged Toughbook 19 Convertible Tablet PC

March 26, 2008
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company, manufacturer of Panasonic Toughbook mobile computers, this week introduced upgrades to its Panasonic Toughbook 19 rugged convertible tablet computer to deliver more computing power and more memory .
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