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On Friday, May 11, 2018, Missouri lawmakers voted to expand St. Louis sheriff deputies jurisdiction. Previously, sheriff deputies were only allowed to enforce courtroom security, transport prisoners, and deliver summons…. Read More

Between the years of 1976 and 1986  a serial murderer and rapist was terrorizing neighborhoods at night, suspected of 12 slayings and 50 rapes in 10 counties across Sacramento, California…. Read More

In 2012, Michael Daniels was charged with the death of his 37-year-old girlfriend, Jessica Brastow. Daniels was found not guilty; however, the State Bar has charged a San Francisco  homicide… Read More

In Largo, Florida, a thirty-year old man, Linus Phillip, was killed by a police officer in March 2018 after authorities said he drove away before the officer could search him…. Read More

In 2013, 16-year old Ethan Couch was found guilty of intoxication manslaughter for the death of 4 individuals and sentenced to 10 years probation. However, in 2015 Couch and his… Read More

In December 1995, 16-year old Bobby Bostic and friend robbed a group of six people, during which a series of 18 crimes were committed. Bostic refused a plea deal and… Read More

The New York Times interviewed countless New York Police Officers to uncover the prominence of ‘testilying:’ false testimony by the police. They found many cases in which officers lied about… Read More

Steven Waterkotte is defending North County woman against criminal charges stemming from an incident where a police officer shot a taser prong in our client’s eye causing permanent eye damage…. Read More

Law enforcement officials use the Ancestry.com DNA database in criminal investigations. They receive the information by obtaining court orders requiring disclosure and then serve it on the company. Some states… Read More

“In a 2011 bid to provide phone service to inmates in Missouri’s state prisons, Securus promised that each ‘call will be recorded and monitored, with the exception of privileged calls.’… Read More

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