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Pennsylvania Man Killed After Allegedly Threatening to Slash Officer with Broken Glass

February 26, 2009
A 26-year-old Bristol Township man was shot and killed by a police officer after allegedly threatening the officer with a large piece of broken glass in his apartment yesterday afternoon.

Pa. Governor Rendell Lifts Parole Ban for Violent Inmates

December 2, 2008
Gov. Rendell lifted a two-month moratorium on paroling violent offenders yesterday after a consultant's report indicated that the state's procedures for releasing inmates were largely sound and safe.

How to Tell When You Need a Search Warrant

March 1, 2008

The general rule-of-thumb is to try to get a warrant whenever possible. On the other hand, if you can seize evidence without engaging in a search, you don't need either a warrant or any exception.

Residential Entry After Outdoors Arrest

February 1, 2008

There are four ways to make a lawful entry into a private home. Notice that "entry incident to outdoors arrest" is not on the list of lawful ways to get inside a residence. In three separate cases, the U.S. Supreme Court has held such entries to be unconstitutional.

Parole and Probation Searches

September 1, 2006

After pussyfooting around the issue for years, the U.S. Supreme Court has finally come to a decision on what justifies a probation or parole search.

RemoteMDx TrackerPAL

August 1, 2006
RemoteMDx’s TrackerPAL keeps an eye on sex offenders on parole from a state-of-the-art monitoring system. Once the ankle system is set up, the TrackerPAL tracks the parolee’s every movement, and even limits where he or she can go. When the sex offenders move into areas they are not allowed to be in, an alarm will notify the monitoring center, which, in turn, notifies authorities. The TrackerPAL has two-way communication, and it is tamper-resistant.
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