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Blog Posts in January, 2012

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  • Officers Against Drug War
    Officers Against Drug War

    An anonymous active duty veteran police officer expressed his desire to join Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. He would like to speak out publicly against the war against drugs. However, he doesn't ...

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  • Supreme Court Rules Retrograde Extrapolation Was Prejudicial
    Supreme Court Rules Retrograde Extrapolation Was Prejudicial

    Supreme Court In Rules that Retrograde Extrapolation Was Prejudicial The Court's decision made it tougher for prosecutors to obtain a drunk driving conviction, providing more protection for drivers ...

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  • New Supreme Court Case Regarding GPS Devices
    New Supreme Court Case Regarding GPS Devices

    UNITED STATES v . JONES On January 23, 2012, the United States Supreme Court came out with the decision relating to the placing of a GPS monitoring device on a person's car. At first glance, it ...

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  • Supreme Court: warrantless blood draws are generally inadmissible
    Supreme Court: warrantless blood draws are generally inadmissible

    Warrantless blood draws in Missouri are impermissible absent "exigent circumstances." The mere fact that blood alcohol dissipates over time is not, standing alone, sufficient to allow law enforcement ...

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  • 9 DUI Myths
    9 DUI Myths

    There are numerous myths surrounding DUI's. Myth #1: You can only get a DUI due to alcohol or illegal drugs. Incorrect. Kansas law allows a DUI conviction when impaired due to alcohol, drugs (even if ...

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  • Man Dies After Excessive Use of Force In Jail
    Man Dies After Excessive Use of Force In Jail

    Nick Christie, a 62 year old retired man left Ohio to go visit his brother in Florida. During the trip, Mr. Christie mentally deteriorated very quickly. His wife was already concerned about his well ...

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