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Despite entering into a Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) program last year, the Appellate Court has ruled the judge was wrong to let Mayor Will Roseman to enter the program that cleared him of official misconduct charges, an Appellate Court ruled on Nov.
Police officer Mario Laxamana, who agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the ongoing Blue House brothel case, yesterday testified that he believes the lounge owner used fellow officers to intimidate the women who worked there. However, Laxamana
A Schaumburg police officer at the heart of two separate misconduct investigations has been charged with two felony counts of official misconduct alleging he improperly kept a .22-caliber revolver turned in by a resident for disposal. Bryan Woodyard,
A man filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court in an attempt to get back guns that he says the Fayette County sheriff's department seized from him nearly three years ago...District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky that the sheriff's
A Windermere police officer charged with conducting racially based traffic stopped used the term "Bravo vehicle" to describe cars driven by black motorists, another officer told prosecutors in documents released Friday. Officer Alejandro Rivera had
Vice Mayor Cindi Hutchinson didn't say much in a Broward courtroom Monday morning, but what she did say will stick with her for the rest of her life. "Guilty," she said when Broward Circuit Judge Michael Robinson asked for her plea on one count of
Three city police officers indicted on official misconduct charges for allegedly covering up a drunken driving incident are likely to avoid a trial, lawyers said Wednesday. Under the proposed agreement, Officers Jakub Szostak, Eric Mark and Lawrence
A municipal court judge on Friday dismissed a harassment charge against Teaneck Deputy Mayor Adam Gussen at the request of the county municipal prosecutor and former councilwoman Barbara Ley Toffler. Toffler, who initially filed a complaint accusing
Stories Two cops acquitted of raping an intoxicated woman in her East Village apartment are now arguing their official misconduct charges should also be dropped because they did not sufficiently benefit from returning to her apartment three times.
Mirkarimi and his attorneys were hoping some supervisors would admit discussing the case with Mayor Ed Lee or others particularly Sup. Christina Olague, who is at the center of the controversy about whether Lee committed perjury when he denied, while