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Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Justice Department disagree over misconduct in Ted Stevens case

By Annika McGinnis, McClatchy Newspapers (June 6, 2012)

WASHINGTON — Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, argued in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday for legislation that would create a uniform standard for prosecutors to disclose all possibly exculpatory evidence to the defense. 843 more words

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Police officer will not face charges for Tasering man doused in petrol who caught fire and died

By: Lizzie Dearden

A police officer who Tasered a man doused in petrol who caught fire and died will not face criminal charges.

Andrew Pimlott, 32, died in hospital from his burns five days after the incident in April 2013. 539 more words

Law

Catholic school in Austin fires two administrators

In another jolt to the students and staff at Pacelli Catholic Schools in Austin, two top administrators there were fired Wednesday, one week after they were placed on leave for “personnel reasons,”  280 more words

News

Baltimore Officials Release Plan to Reduce Police Misconduct

BALTIMORE (WNEW/AP) — Baltimore officials have released a detailed plan to reduce police brutality and misconduct in the city’s police department.

Police Commissioner Anthony Batts released an action plan on Tuesday offering strategies to combat police misconduct. 186 more words

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Action Plan Released To Reduce Brutality, Misconduct In Baltimore Police Department

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Baltimore’s mayor and city police commissioner unveiled their plan designed to help cut down on the number of incidents of police brutality and misconduct. 484 more words

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How to deliver a robust disciplinary report

I quite like the idea of writing this so I can use it myself. Checklists are always handy to have around. The layout and format of the report is dependant on your own in-house style. 230 more words

HR

Football Myths - Part 3: Playing On the Ground

Player:  “REF!  He’s on the ground!!!”

Referee:  “OK….and???”

Sound familiar?  It should, because I hear this at least once or twice every single game.  What players fail to realize is that playing the ball while on the ground isn’t actually against the Laws of the Game.  492 more words