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New Illinois Law Prohibits Use of Deception in Interrogation of Minors

Commonly used interrogation tactics, such as promising leniency or insinuating that incriminating evidence exists, are banned when questioning suspects younger than 18 under the new law, which goes into effect Jan. 1, NPR reports.

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FL Boy Who with Teenage Girl Shot at Deputies Has History of Mental Issues

Authorities said the children found several guns, including a shotgun and an AK-47, inside the home and opened fire on deputies as they investigated a report of a break-in. Sheriff Mike Chitwood said his deputies “took fire” for about 30 minutes.

Sentence Reduced for CO Man who Killed Cop as Juvenile

Under that court filing, the prosecution and defense also agreed that Raymond Gone should face a new sentence of between 40 to 48 years in prison with the possibility of parole.

ACLU Files Suit Against Honolulu Police

The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii has filed a lawsuit against the city of Honolulu and the Police Department alleging that an officer violated agency policy when he placed under arrest a teen who had gotten into an altercation with his son.

Nebraska Officer Shot While Executing Arrest Warrant on Teen

An officer with the Lincoln (NE) was shot on Wednesday while attempting to execute an arrest warrant on a teen wanted in connection with a homicide that occurred in March.

Massachusetts K-9 Tracks 3 Teens Hiding in a Swamp Following Pursuit

A K-9 with the Massachusetts State Police was able to locate three teenagers who had attempted to elude police by hiding in a swamp after they bailed out of the stolen car they were in during a vehicle pursuit with police.

3 New Jersey Teens Charged with Attempted Murder of Police Officers

Three teens will be charged with attempted murder of a police officer for shooting at officers during a vehicle pursuit that took place early Wednesday morning.

Teens Convicted of Killing Utah Officer Released From Custody Early

Two of the three teens convicted of killing Officer Cody Brotherson of the West Valley City (UT) Police Department in 2016 were released from custody early due to concerns over the continuing spread of COVID-19 in Utah correctional facilities.

Teen Pleads Guilty to Charges Related to Death of Tennessee Officer

A teenage girl involved in a traffic collision that left Metro Nashville Police Department officer John Anderson dead pleaded guilty to four criminal charges in a court proceeding on Thursday.

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Violence in Chicago Rises, 104 People Shot over Father's Day Weekend

Chicago saw its highest number of gun violence victims in a single weekend this year with 104 people shot—14 of them fatally—with at least five minors being struck by gunfire.

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