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Three Philadelphia Officers Cleared In Shooting

October 14, 2010
"After a lengthy and careful review of the facts in this case I concluded that the three officers acted properly in this situation," according to District Attorney Seth Williams. "Vincent Parsons fired first and the officers had no other choice but to fire back."

Murder Charge Dropped Against Illinois Cop

October 13, 2010
Dorian, 37, was charged in a pair of rural shootings along the Indiana-Illinois border. In a detailed computer forensics analysis, investigators determined Dorian was at home on his computer on the Internet when the shootings occurred.

Washington Officer Cleared In Year-old Shooting Returns to Duty

October 3, 2010
Kennewick Police Chief Ken Hohenberg announced that a shooting review board found that Officer Lee Cooper's action on Sept. 14, 2009, was "lawful and proper."

Salt Lake City Officer Cleared In Shooting of Soldier

September 13, 2010
Brandon Barrett, 28, was shot wearing full fatigues and armed with almost a dozen high-capacity magazines. He had been classified as a deserter.

Texas Arbitrator Rules Hood Slam Wasn't Excessive Force

August 2, 2010
Officer Jeremy Massey, who was off-duty at the time of the arrest, handcuffed 18-year-old Cornelius Gill and slammed him onto the hood of a cruiser driven by a uniformed back-up officer.

Wisconsin Deputy Cleared In Fatal Shooting

July 19, 2010
A Columbia County (Wisc.) Sheriff's deputy acted appropriately, when he fatally shot a distraught man who advanced toward him with a loaded gun, the district attorney has ruled.

Wisconsin Deputy Returns To Duty After Cleared In Child Abuse Charge

June 22, 2010
Neil Bennett said he had spanked his daughter for misbehaving, but did not slap her in the face. Child protective services inspected the girl and could not substantiate the injuries she claimed in the criminal complaint.

Everett Officer Exonerated In Murder Trial

April 27, 2010
Meade had shot Niles Meservey a year ago in a parking lot of a restaurant as he was behind the wheel of a Corvette. Meade testified that he feared for his life as Meservey backed toward him and fired eight shots.

NYPD Officers Acquitted in Sodomy Trial Face June Civil Trial

March 2, 2010
Brooklyn Federal Judge Jack Weinstein severed the city from the civil case, ruling Michael Mineo should pursue allegations of excessive force, false arrest and malicious prosecution against the officers first.

NYPD Officers Acquitted in Subway Sodomy Trial

February 22, 2010
"I knew coming in I was innocent," Officer Richard Kern said after the verdict was read. "I feel good it's finally behind me. I'll finally get a good night's sleep."
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