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Law enforcement's latest highway tech speeds up info-gathering, but critics say it violates privacy

Gone are the days when law enforcement had to hide behind highway signs to catch motorists or use plastic-cone-equipped listening devices to eavesdrop on suspects. Thanks to modern technology, it's ne... read more

New cell phone law is confusing, critics say

“When you have something as complex as this and difficult to enforce you're ... But state troopers say the new law is practical and to the point. “Any manipulation is a violation so if we see a person ... read more

Three-foot buffer law for cyclists now in effect

But Sacramento area law enforcement officials said they don’t expect the new statute to produce ... If a driver violates the law and it results in a cyclist being injured, the fine will be $982. Criti... read more

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Ontario's new rules for carding, or street checks, run into police resistance

But though carding opponents say ... speed police chases leads the government to bring in a province-wide policy, aimed at improving public safety, tightly restricting when a pursuit can be launched. ... read more


Why the Supreme Court Reviews So Many Qualified Immunity Cases

The principles layer might be that a search occurs when the government violates a reasonable expectation of privacy (a general ... some numbers might prove the point. Say the Supreme Court regulates d... read more

The Latest: Authorities probe if Irma caused Keys crash

Authorities say they are ... alongside local law enforcement and helping transport stranded people to shelters. 4:15 p.m. Florida officials have started allowing people to drive on the shoulders of In... read more

Police increasingly using stingray cellphone tracking technology to solve routine crimes

Law enforcement officials from coast to coast are secretly using cellphone tracking technology to solve routine crimes. Such devices, commonly known as stingrays, are owned by dozens of police departm... read more

Yucca Valley marijuana dispensary must close

YUCCA VALLEY — The Morongo Basin’s last and only licensed marijuana dispensary will close its doors next month ... but charge the medical co-op an annual fee to offset the cost of extra law enforcemen... read more

VW just the latest in long history of cheating car companies

You could say the same sometimes for auto makers up against stricter environmental ... the thirsty van's fuel economy at highway speeds, but also increased smog-causing nitrogen oxide emissions to wel... read more

Another unarmed Mexican immigrant killed by police; Rubén Villalpando called the Mexican Mike Brown

Widely known for police corruption, when the Mexican government has an honest criticism of American ... Furthermore, a new national standard must be set on all things related to dash cams and body cam... read more

Traffic cameras bring tiny Ohio village to a stop

But they must pay up, or face a collection agency and damage to their credit ratings. Supporters of camera enforcement say they stretch law enforcement ... installing speed cameras in New York City sc... read more

Colorado Sheriffs Say Marijuana Legalization Should Be Overturned Because It Makes Them Uncomfortable

"The enforcement of the CSA violates Colorado law," they say, "and conversely adherence to Colorado law ... Suppose Colorado took this criticism to heart and stopped regulating the marijuana industry. ... read more



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