Motorist Suspected of DUI Takes $36M for Injuries/Civil Rights Violations While Jailed

Nov 15, 2016 By: Jury Verdicts

Jennings V. Deputy Fuller; Lieutenant Nuckolls; Deputy Kenamer; Sergeant Guest; Deputy Wing; Deputy White (E.D.Mich.) Motorist Suspected of DUI Takes $36M for Injuries/Civil Rights Violations While Jailed

Are recordings made by police body cameras public or private?

Oct 10, 2016 By: Christy Klancher

In an effort to build trust between law enforcement members and the communities they serve in the wake of several controversial police shootings, recently the Department of Justice awarded $20 million to 100 police departments for the purchase of body cameras.

$2.1M to Estate for Driver’s Death Related to Police Vehicular Pursuit of Crime Suspect

Jul 28, 2015 By: Jury Verdicts

Freeman, as Independent Administrator of Freeman, Estate of v. City of Chicago (Ill.Cir.Ct.) $2.1M to Estate for Driver’s Death Related to Police Vehicular Pursuit of Crime Suspect.

Police Wait to Render Aid After Single Chest Shot by Officer; $2.95M Settlement to Estate

Jun 9, 2015 By: Jury Verdicts

Harrington, as personal representative and administrator Of Geer, Estate Of V. Colonel Roessler, Jr.; Police Officer Torres; Police Officer Doe II; Police Officer Doe III; Fairfax County Police Department (Va.Cir.Ct.) Police Wait to Render Aid After Single Chest Shot by Officer; $2.95M Settlement to Estate

The NFL’s gun ban for off-duty police may be out of bounds

Mar 27, 2014 By: Justin Baker

Several Minnesota police organizations filed a lawsuit challenging the NFL’s ban on off-duty police officers carrying their guns into games, claiming the ban violates Minnesota law.

Apple’s iPhone: Law Enforcement Nightmare?

Aug 15, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

Security experts consider Apple’s most recent generation of products to be some of the most secure consumer communications devices currently available — maybe a bit too secure.

There’s a new cybercop in town: Microsoft

Apr 2, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

As law enforcement authorities around the world struggle to find the necessary support, Microsoft continues to commit significant resources toward combating cybercrime.

Today in 1986: Supreme Court OKs searches from the air

May 19, 2010 By: Legal Solutions

A man’s home may be his castle, but what about his backyard? Under the Fourth Amendment, a yard that adjoins a house