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John Townsend 4 May 16
Peter Phelps: "For the first time I'm seriously considering leaving the Party"
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David Mead 24 Apr 18
Interesting ECHR Art 8 violation decision this morning, Benedik v Slovenia (app no. 62357/14)
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Socialistsoundz Ent. 26 Aug 14
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Fife Police 25 Jan 18
*⃣ Some of our have changed! *⃣ From today the 🆕 CRIMINAL JUSTICE (SCOTLAND) ACT, 2016 goes live. This act creates a new framework of and duties for the police, modernising the law around arrest & questioning of suspects.
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Detective Brian Smith 11 Sep 17
Explained: To protect the public in urgent situations an officer with R.Grounds (no warrant) may search any place for weapons.
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Grata Fund Mar 4
Police strip searches aren’t being used lawfully, and have almost doubled in its use. No one is above the law, including the police .
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unR̶A̶D̶A̶C̶K̶ted 1 Mar 15
"Spc. Conservators of Peace" Have Guns & Make Arrests. Local guy is chief & sole "officer" of own PD.
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Harrow MPS | North West BCU Apr 18
Sec60 search powers authorised across parts of between 5pm and 5am today due to potential disorder
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Legal Aid NSW 8 May 16
Legal Aid NSW to review eligibility 4 legal assistance re new crime prevention orders bill.
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Aug 7
A challenge has been launched against NSW legislation which enables police to restrict the movements and associations of individuals, even if they haven’t been accused, let alone convicted, of a crime.
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David Mead 10 Feb 16
Fully funded PhDs ends 12 Feb. Happy to supervise
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ODDemocracy AU 13 Jan 19
Curbing Rising Strip Searches: police officers have been searching Aboriginal children as young as 11 years old.
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robson crim 7 Aug 17
's latest blog: Securing Bodily : Expanding and Invasive in
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robson crim 3 May 17
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Luke McNamara Aug 7
'Criminalising protest through the expansion of police "move-on" powers: A case study from Australia' - new article with published in Int'l Journal of Law, Crime and Justice
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SydneyCriminalLawyer Nov 4
Police officers in our state are systematically acting illegally in the exercise of their powers.
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Alison Young Oct 9
Use of excessive bail conditions to silence protest correctly blocked by magistrate - ‘Scott Ludlam's bail conditions thrown out by magistrate’ ⁦
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Carms Roads Policing 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 7 Jan 18
If you park your unregistered, uninsured and untaxed vehicle on a public road, your vehicle will be seized. Just like this one in Llwynhendy this evening
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Honeyburst Marketing 4 Sep 15
Police in Scotland urged to end non-statutory stop and search
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🌺Linda🌸 2 Sep 17
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