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Front Line Report

1999 Issues

Issue DateTopics

June 1999 Get Acrobat Reader

  • State crime bill OK'd, awaits signing.
  • U.S. Supreme Court broadens car searches.
  • U.S. Supreme Court rules no media ride-alongs.
  • Legislators pass law enforcement-related bills.
  • House bill broadens sexual predator law.
  • Senate bill establishes crime of identity theft.
  • Drunken driver's murder conviction upheld on appeal.
  • Federal appeals court affirms firing of officer.

April 1999 Get Acrobat Reader

  • Nixon opposes reducing time.
  • SUV cargo search ruled legal.
  • Drunken driving conviction reversed.
  • Law enforcement-related bills being debated.
  • Federal appeals court rules prosecutors can use pre-Miranda confession.
  • Case law roundup.

January 1999 Get Acrobat Reader

  • U.S. Supreme Court rulings: Employers liable, searches limited.
  • AG's Meth Prosecution Strike Force at full force.
  • Identity theft now a federal crime.
  • 8th Circuit upholds search based on mistaken identity.
  • U.S. Supreme Court to review "civil" seizures.
  • Gun makers under assault.
  • State permit, check still are required for handgun buyers.
  • Case law roundup.
 
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