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Can Felons Vote in 2020 Election

How a court battle on felon voting rights in Florida could affect the 2020 election There’s a debate going on across the country about whether felons should be able to vote after they’ve served their time. The answer coming out of state capitals is increasingly: Yes. But what happens when…

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Mother and Her Two Daughters Found Dead in Their Garage

A Milwaukee woman found dead over the weekend allegedly pleaded for her life as her boyfriend attacked her, according to a criminal complaint. Just the day before the Mother had to Bury her 21 month old son for his sudden death caused by bronchitis.

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Veteran Cop Charged with Murder on Handcuffed Man

A Maryland police officer who fatally shot a handcuffed man in the front seat of a police cruiser will face a murder charge, the police chief said Tuesday. Prince George’s County Police Chief Hank Stawinski said during a news conference that he asked his special investigations response team to file…

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Two Men Arrested After Fleeing Traffic Stop.

FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. — Flagler County deputies arrested two men after they attempted to flee from a traffic stop during a search of their vehicle, officials said. Around 1:40 a.m. Monday, deputies said they conducted a traffic stop after a car made a left turn into oncoming traffic. . . Read…

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Miami judge rules Florida’s new Stand-Your-Ground law is unconstitutional

Florida’s updated “Stand Your Ground” self-defense law is unconstitutional, a Miami judge ruled on Monday. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Milton Hirsch ruled that lawmakers overstepped their authority in modifying the law this year to force prosecutors to disprove a defendant’s self-defense claim at a pre-trial hearing. The judge ruled that under…

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Texas Is Going to Stop Allowing Death Row Inmates To Have A Last Written Statement

Death row inmates in Texas will no longer have their final written words shared with the public following a state Democratic lawmaker’s outrage over prison officials relaying the last statement of a white supremacist executed last week. Prison officials will now only publicly relay the verbal comments the condemned make in the execution chamber,…

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Child Calls 911 After Suspecting The Bus Driver is Drunk.

A school bus driver in Longview, Washington, faces charges of driving under the influence and reckless endangerment after a child who had just gotten off the bus called 911, claiming the driver was intoxicated, police said. Catherine Maccarone, 48, is on administrative leave while Longview Public Schools carries out its…

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Marijuana Arrests in Florida Become More Difficult With The Legalization Of Hemp.

“Sniff and search” has long resulted in many arrests for law enforcement in Palm Beach County, where the distinctive smell of marijuana meant a warrantless search of a vehicle. “It seems every case I have is when they stop a car and it’s the odor of marijuana and they go in…

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Teens Arrested After Spray-Painting Racist, Homophobic Graffiti On High School Campus.

Four Maryland teenagers who snuck onto their high school campus the night before graduation last year and covered it in racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic graffiti were caught because their phones automatically connected to the wifi. Seth Taylor, Tyler Curtiss, Joshua Shaffer and Matthew Lipp were convicted of vandalism and hate…

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Body Cam Footage Shows Apopka Driver Dragging Police Officer During Traffic Stop

A Florida man is facing a charge of attempted murder after body camera and dashcam video showed him dragging a sheriff’s deputy with his car during a traffic stop. Rocky Rudolph, 38, of Apopka, Florida, was pulled over by Seminole County Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Blais Saturday. . . Read More!

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