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61 Mongols Motorcycle Gang Members Arrested on Racketeering Charges

October 23, 2008
Dozens of burly, tattoo-covered Mongol motorcycle gang members were arrested today by federal agents in six states from the West Coast to the Midwest on warrants ranging from drug sales to murder after a three-year undercover investigation in which four agents successfully infiltrated the group.

Authorities Break Up U.S.-Canada Drug Ring

October 5, 2008

Late last year, Nathanael Lineham got a panicked phone call, prosecutors say. An associate working with Lineham to bring the drug ecstasy to California from Canada told him a shipment of 85,000 pills had been seized. Lineham was calm. After all, the deals were struck using coded e-mails -- on encrypted BlackBerrys from Lineham's own company.

Entrapment

October 1, 2008

"The first duties of the officers of the law are to prevent, not to punish crime. It is not their duty to incite to and create crime for the sole purpose of prosecuting and punishing it." — U.S. Supreme Court, Sorrells v. U.S.

Undercover Denver Police Unit Praised by Brass

September 26, 2008
The small group has used their brains rather than their guns to outwit and arrest 933 fugitives, including 58 suspected of murder or attempted murder, 124 wanted on sex crimes, 155 gang members and 209 sought on domestic-violence charges.

Losing Yourself in the Job

April 1, 2007

The officer rolled up his sleeves. Muscles built from weight training had atrophied. His tan from running along the beach had also vanished, along with other traces of his former life.

Right to Counsel

February 1, 2006

Law enforcement officers are quite familiar with the court-created "right" to counsel established by the Miranda opinion, to protect the Fifth Amendment trial privilege against compelled self-incrimination. But it applies only during police custodial interrogation.

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