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07.06.15 Liam Mathews

Attorney Elinor Sutton, who is leading a class action suit against the city seeking restitution for the hundreds of thousands of unnecessary summonses issued by the NYPD in order to meet unlawfully imposed quotas, accuses the NYPD of systematically destroying evidence that relates to summonses in documents filed last week, the Daily News reports. Attorneys […]

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01.02.13 Andy Cush

Because our audience surely includes a law-breaker or two, we thought we’d bring you this update on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy: according to the New York Times, the storm pummeled a Red Hook warehouse that was home to “hundreds of seized cars, thousands of guns and 9,846 barrels of evidence containing sensitive DNA material.” And apparently, […]

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08.15.12 Joshua Rivera

If your smartphone recorded a crime, and a cop asks you to hand it over, do you have to give it to them? Yes and no. If you happen to be at the scene when a crime occurs, and record the incident using your phone, police would naturally want it. And with a court order, […]

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