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November 2011 Archives

Supposed Baltimore drug crime suspect questions police tactics

It's the day after Thanksgiving. Hopefully, you have the day off and have the opportunity to enjoy the comfort of your home and snack on leftovers. Within the walls of our houses, we tend to feel safe and secure. One Baltimore man feels that his security was violated recently by officials investigating a supposed drug crime.

Schools, cameras, action! Speeding fines start in Howard County

Devices that are currently being used in Howard County have been the source of much debate here in Maryland but throughout other areas of the country as well. Law enforcement tools such as speeding cameras and red-light cameras supposedly catch drivers violating traffic laws, snap pictures of the violation, identify the driver and lead to traffic tickets.

Report: Police misconduct costing Baltimore millions

Life is about more than money, but that motto is less difficult to stand behind in a time when money is scarce among families and entire city and state governments. Every dollar that is spent needs to be spent wisely, and a reported trend related to Baltimore and its police department begs that the community challenge the status quo within the Baltimore Police Department.

Proud Baltimore native laments reported racial profiling

Have you ever been driving along, minding your business and supposedly following the law when an officer decides to pull you over? At some point in many of our lives, we will get pulled over for a suspected traffic offense. While such an incident is not uncommon, that does not mean that a person should get pulled over unreasonably or neglect speaking out against needless police pestering.

Sentencing guideline revision means early release for some offenders

Last Tuesday, around 1,800 inmates convicted of crack offenses became eligible for early release because of changes in federal sentencing guidelines. The guidelines, which had been in place since the 1980s, were revised last August and made retroactive by the U.S. Sentencing Commission over the summer.

Are 'stop-and-frisk' tactics violating innocent people's rights?

Imagine walking down a street in your neighborhood, minding your own business. A police officer orders you to stop and begins peppering you with questions. He seems to have a hunch that you are guilty of some sort of drug crime.

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