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Federal Court Rules Trump Can Withhold DOJ Grants from States Over Sanctuary Laws

The latest decision conflicts with rulings from other appeals courts across the country concerning sanctuary policies, indicating a Supreme Court review is ultimately likely.

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Trial Date Set for Man Accused of Murdering Massachusetts Officer

A man accused of murdering an officer with the Weymouth (MA) Police Department in July 2018 will begin trial at the end of February.

Pennsylvania Officer Sues 2 Companies Over Trauma Endured During Incident

An officer with the West Deer Township (PA) Police Department has filed suit against two private enterprises after he says he witnessed a man being electrocuted by downed power lines.

Former Dallas Officer Acquitted in 2017 Shooting Death of Woman

A former officer with the Dallas Police Department has been acquitted in the shooting death of 21-year-old Genevive Dawesin 2017.

Pennsylvania Lawmaker Wants Vote on "Stop and Frisk" in November

A lawmaker in Philadelphia is pushing to have voters weigh in on the practice of "stop and frisk" in the upcoming general election.

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Begins Jail Term in Texas

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has reported to a Texas prison to begin a three-year prison term.

CA Police Union Calls on Feds to Prosecute Man Charged with Attacking Officers After DA Drops Charges

The union representing officers with the San Francisco Police Department called on the federal government to prosecute a man who is accused of attacking officers with a bottle last month, but who now no longer faces criminal charges for that alleged assault.

Man Accused of Killing Florida Officer Found Competent to Stand Trial

The man accused of killing an officer with the Fort Myers Police Department has been found to be competent to stand trial.

Missouri Bill Banning Police Residency Requirements Expanded to Whole State

A bill meant to lift police residency requirements for officers in the city of St. Louis was expanded by lawmakers Tuesday night to include all Missouri municipalities, despite opposition from Kansas City.

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DOJ Unveils Presidential Law Enforcement Panel

Attorney General William Barr announced Wednesday that he has appointed 18 law enforcement officials to the newly created Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice.