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  • If I Am Pulled Over, Can Police Search My Car?
    If I Am Pulled Over, Can Police Search My Car?

    The Fourth Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches, which included your person, home or vehicle. However, you car is treated differently than your home or person, and is subject to less ...

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  • Bodies Found In Northeast Miami-Dade, North Miami Beach Being Investigated
    Bodies Found In Northeast Miami-Dade, North Miami Beach Being Investigated

    NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA. – 2 dead bodies were found a few blocks away from each other; two police agencies are investigating the case. The killings happened in North Miami and North Miami Beach. On ...

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  • Find out How Mexican Journalist Avoided Iphone Spyware Hack
    Find out How Mexican Journalist Avoided Iphone Spyware Hack

    WASHINGTON – Mysterious text messages had been popping up on Mexican investigative journalist Rafael Cabrera’s iPhone but he didn’t take the bait. The messages contained links which if clicked upon, ...

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  • Texas District Judge Elizabeth E. Coker Resigns After Being Caught Texting Instructions to Prosecutors to Help Win Convictions
    Texas District Judge Elizabeth E. Coker Resigns After Being Caught Texting Instructions to Prosecutors to Help Win Convictions

    Texas district Judge Elizabeth E. Coker stepped down from the bench after she was found engaging in a massive act of distortion of justice. It was found that Corker was texting instructions to ...

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  • Manager Of Miami-Dade Storage Facility Found Dead Inside Building
    Manager Of Miami-Dade Storage Facility Found Dead Inside Building

    SOUTH MIAMI-DADE, FLA. – On Friday morning, a woman who had the responsibility to handle a storage facility in South Miami-Dade was found dead inside the building. The case is under investigation. On ...

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  • Supreme Court Eases Rules For Illegal Stops
    Supreme Court Eases Rules For Illegal Stops

    WASHINGTON – On Monday, in a 5-3 ruling, the Supreme Court relaxed the so-called exclusionary rule by giving police more power to stop people on the streets and question them. The decision gives ...

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