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7/10/2019
Federal Court Blasts Insurance Attempt To Avoid DUI Liability
Fifth Circuit US Court of Appeals ruled denies insurance company attempt to evade liability by claiming drunk driving accidents are not accidents.
Police Enforcement / Drunk Driving Laws
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7/2/2019
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Sentence Against Corrupt Kentucky Traffic Cop
Kentucky traffic cop who beat a motorist who attempted to file a complaint against him has his prison sentence upheld by Sixth Circuit.
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6/27/2019
Kentucky Supreme Court Holds Cop Liable In Fatal Accident
Kentucky Supreme Court dumps 67-year-old precedent to hold police accountable for initiating fatal pursuits.
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6/20/2019
Illinois: Seventh Circuit Orders Return Of Impounded Cars
Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals says Chicago, Illinois must return cars seized from drivers who have filed for bankruptcy protection.
Police Enforcement / Seizure/Confiscation
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6/14/2019
Court Busts Michigan Cop For Strip Searching Innocent Driver
Black driver stopped in Michigan on a false pretext can sue over police strip search, Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals ruled.
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6/11/2019
Illinois Court: Cop Cannot Call Hertz Over A Speeding Ticket
Illinois police may not phone rental car companies to verify whether a suspected speeder is an authorized driver.
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6/4/2019
Eighth Circuit Rules Cursing At A Traffic Cop Is Not a Crime
Yelling a two-word expletive at a traffic cop is protected free speech under an Eighth Circuit US Court of Appeals ruling.
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