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The incidents involved his photographing a police position at the entrance to the holy site to document discrimination against religious Jews who wanted to enter, in accordance with a Supreme Court decision against his claim of discrimination by
That's down from the 15 to 30 arrests on days when an unlawful event was declared since July 24, 2013. That's when Scott Walker's Capitol Police began handcuffing, arresting and issuing citations to people singing out their dissent against the
Ki-Tov is accusing police of treating her cruelly and of leaving her without food or adequate clothing for her baby.
In the 10-page decision, the three-judge panel agreed with state Superior Court Judge Lisa Perez-Friscia in Hackensack who sided in 2011 with a federal court ruling that found that police had probable cause to arrest Michael Taffaro in 2007 for
The state Supreme Court on Thursday overturned the conviction of a man who was arrested on drug charges because the officer who saw the alleged crime was not the arresting officer. Under state law, unless a specific statutory exception applies, only
Court records show that the Army veteran was set to start a new job with the state, with solid pay and benefits, until Chicago police hauled him out of his house in his boxer shorts...Instead, police themselves had issued an "investigative alert"
Two Surrey Mounties have found out the hard way that simply hollering at someone to stop isn't enough to warrant a charge of obstruction if the person doesn't comply with their demand. "People must be free to go about their business without their
Gem Pratts, owner of We Buy Electronics in Dolton, claims that seven Markham police officers entered his store on Dec...Officers placed Pratts and other employees in handcuffs without cause for more than an hour in the store at 14731 S...They then
Hal Turner has fired back with a $50 million federal lawsuit alleging false arrest, malicious prosecution and wrongful imprisonment. Turner, 50, of North Bergen , who gained notoriety for outrageous commentary targeting minorities, immigrants and
Dragash, in which officer Scott Patrick punched Dragash in the head several times...The man whom a police officer repeatedly punched in the face in August plans to sue the city. Jason Dragash, 29, sent a notification today of his intent to sue