Rebecca Musarra, a Philadelphia attorney, put her right to remain silent to the test after she was pulled over for allegedly speeding on Route 519 in Warren County -- and ended up in a holding cell for it. The troopers placed her in the back of the car and Stazzone read
TRENTON, N.J. — A lawyer arrested for not answering questions during a traffic stop for suspected speeding in New Jersey will receive $30,000 under a settlement with the state, court records show. NJ Advance Media (http://bit.ly/2g83qCt ) reported Wednesday that the settlement for Rebecca Musarra was reached in July.
said Robert Bady, whose son, Iain, 12, was arrested in downtown Evanston after riding on the back pegs of his friend's BMX bike July 14. Bady spoke at the Evanston City Council meeting Aug. 14, telling aldermen he was upset his son, who is African-American, faced such serious consequences
Detroit, MI — When innocent people fear the police because they know walking into a store can get you beaten and pepper sprayed — because a cop doesn’t like you — something is very wrong. The gang-style tactics of officers Richard Billingslea and Hakeem Patterson were caught on two separate videos; the
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Their lives were turned upside down in 1991 when they were accused of engaging in Satanic sexual abuse rituals involving the children under their care. The Kellers never stopped proclaiming their innocence and fighting for their freedom from prison, and in 2013, after having spent 21 years behind bars,
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Paul Parizek spoke on Tuesday about two officers who had resigned amid an investigation into tampering evidence. On Jan. 1, 2015, Teut and Judge arrested Kyle Jacob Weldon, 23, on outstanding warrants out of Marion and Monroe counties for theft and probation violation. Teut posted $10,000 bond and was released
Barnebey stated in a press release that she asked both the officer and chief of police to hand over that recording, but they refused. In the last 2 weeks, the county attorney has dismissed 17 cases, nine of which involved felony charges; but city officials want to reassure residents.