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August 2015 Archives

Can I sue after the police violate my rights?

A criminal defendant whose constitutional rights were violated by police, prosecutors or both may have several legal recourses. Perhaps most important is to convince the judge that evidence gathered as the result of unconstitutional tactics not be allowed at trial. In most cases, authorities should not be allowed to profit from abusive, illegal conduct like warrantless searches, racial profiling and so forth.

Detroit police to wear body cameras by 2019

As the U.S. continues to grapple with the issue of African Americans being the repeated victims of police shootings, many people have called for officers to wear body cameras. They believe that these cameras would provide an objective recording of confrontations between police and suspects, and may deter aggressive or illegal police procedure.

Michigan man charged with embezzling $20K from youth sports team

A Michigan man involved in fundraising activities for a youth baseball team is facing up to 50 years in prison for allegedly embezzling thousands of dollars. The severity of the potential punishment shows how seriously anyone who is ever charged with embezzlement should take the situation.

Does everyone on Michigan's sex offender registry deserve it?

Michigan’s sex offender registry contains the names of people convicted of very serious crimes, such as rape and possession of child pornography. But registering as a sex offender is a requirement for many more crimes than one might realize. For certain offenses, it may even seem questionable to require registration.

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