Authorities: N.H. high school students who mockingly reenacted George Floyd’s death won’t be charged

Posted on June 7, 2020

Three New Hampshire high school students won’t be charged after a video surfaced online of them mockingly reenacting George Floyd’s death. The Kingston Police Department  Continue Reading »

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Minneapolis bans police bottlenecks after death

Posted on June 6, 2020

Minneapolis today agreed to ban police stranglings and require officers to try to apprehend any other officers they see using inappropriate force, in concrete first  Continue Reading »

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Bracing for Onslaught of Domestic Violence Cases, Area Legal Experts Say COVID-19 is Putting Victims at a Disadvantage

Posted on June 5, 2020

Story By: M.E. Cagnassola NEWARK, NJ — As New Jersey moved into the peak of COVID-19 in April, a Newark woman, escaping a savage attack from her  Continue Reading »

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Domestic violence calls to San Diego County law enforcement remain steady during pandemic

Posted on June 4, 2020

Story By: Alex Riggins Sheriff’s investigators and prosecutors allege that on April 15, a man showed up with a gun at his ex-girlfriend’s Lemon Grove  Continue Reading »

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High Point detective who gives back to the community honored as a hero

Posted on June 2, 2020

Story By: Natalie Wilson HIGH POINT, N.C. — When people contact High Point’s Family Justice Center, it’s a chance to feel safe again. Detective Kisha  Continue Reading »

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