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Front Line Report

1998 Issues

Issue DateTopics

October 1998 Get Acrobat Reader

  • State appeals court rules cities can be sued over accidents in police chases.
  • AG's Meth Prosecution Strike Force begins work on 50 criminal cases.
  • 8th Circuit ruling protects officers from irrational firings.
  • Transported prisoners can sue for ADA violations.
  • State appeals court upholds murder convictions of drunken driver.
  • Heroin use up in state; reflects national trend.
  • Case law roundup.

May 1998 Get Acrobat Reader

  • Drug strike force created in AG's Office.
  • Legislators approve law enforcement-related bills.
  • House bill toughens law on sexual predators.
  • Sunshine law revisions affect incident reports.
  • U.S. Supreme Court rules for police in liability case.
  • A refresher course on pat down, frisk searches.
  • "Legal high" claim not true as more use new drug GHB.

April 1998 Get Acrobat Reader

  • Forcible no-knock entry: Court ruling good news for police.
  • State appeals court rules checkpoint stop legal.
  • U.S. Supreme Court prohibits same-sex harassment.
  • HUD program offers affordable homes to officers.
  • Federal appeals court affirms cop's firing; wife had plotted.
  • Case law roundup.
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