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California Legislature Passes Bills on Police Transparency

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Declines Accepting Cases from 28 Officers

According to KTVI-TV, St. Louis’s top prosecutor—Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner—has a so-called "exclusion list" of 28 police officers and will refuse to prosecute suspected criminals if any of those officers are deemed critical to such prosecutions.

September 2, 2018

Bill to End Cash Bail Passes California Assembly

The Assembly passed a long-sought bill to end money bail on Monday, the same day that criminal justice reform groups that had been allies in pushing for the legislation pulled their support.

August 22, 2018

Victims, Families of Pulse Shooting Must Re-File Lawsuit Against Police
Florida Department's "Legal Tip of the Day" Wins National Award

Florida Department's "Legal Tip of the Day" Wins National Award

The Miami-Dade Police Department was recently recognized by the National Association of Counties — which bestows annual awards for new projects that support responsible and effective government — for its "Legal Tip of the Day" program.

July 27, 2018

California Supreme Court to Rule on Collisions in Police Pursuits

California Supreme Court to Rule on Collisions in Police Pursuits

The California Supreme Court will soon decide whether a lawsuit against the Gardena (CA) Police Department can go forward, and the outcome of that decision could affect whether or not people hurt and families of those killed during police pursuits will be more likely to win compensation from cities and counties.

July 17, 2018

Parkland Students File Suit Against Broward Sheriff, Other Officials

Former Ohio Chief Says City Officials Retaliated Against Him

Former Akron (OH) Police Chief James Nice — who served in that role between 2011 and 2017 before being forced from the job amid accusations that he made racist remarks — filed a lawsuit on Tuesday saying that that city officials retaliated against him for not showing loyalty to Mayor Dan Horrigan.

July 11, 2018

Florida Officials Try to Keep Video of Attack at Parkland School Hidden

Florida Officials Try to Keep Video of Attack at Parkland School Hidden

Attorneys for the Broward County School Board and Broward State Attorney's Office argued in court on Tuseday that releasing the surveillance footage of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February "could put the school's safety in jeopardy."

July 11, 2018

President Trump’s Supreme Court Short List Shrinks
Judge: California Sanctuary Laws Not Impeding Federal Immigration Policy
Judge: Man Who Killed Texas Chief Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy Announces Retirement
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