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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 ... a fellow with the group's Speech, Privacy and Technology Project. He cites U.S. v. Jones, a 2012 ... read more

Should an accomplice to a killing be charged with murder? A controversial new California law makes it harder to do so

But critics, including many ... District attorneys who are fighting the new statute have argued that in addition to unconstitutionally reversing two propositions approved by California voters, the law ... read more

California's new governor may commute death sentences

Voters supported capital punishment in 2012 and 2016, when they voted to speed up executions ... he said violates a state law requiring corrections officials to be ready to carry out executions. ... read more

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Lawmakers worry $120M in TSA technology misses basic threats — FTA details newfound power today

While the TSA has overcome some health and privacy complaints by doing away with $40 million worth of backscatter machines that sassy critics ... technology,” AUVSI said. ANOTHER STEP TO SAVE THE ... read more

Show on Las Vegas DA’s office depicts ‘exotic, exciting, excessive’ courtroom drama

Intro music speeds up as courtroom tension intensifies ... of prosecutors who work tirelessly alongside law enforcement officials to pursue justice in their community.” That access has drawn some ... 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 ... read more

County officials say ICE, not their policy, to blame for releasing San Jose homicide suspect

SAN JOSE — Santa Clara County officials are firing back at critics who say their policy of not ... by Immigration and Customs Enforcement that inmates about to be released be held until they are ... read more

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