A pistol the size of your smartphone could be available to the public as soon as this summer. The concept is called “Ideal Conceal.”
Twenty-one days past its self-appointed deadline, the Trump administration Thursday ordered a cybersecurity overhaul that mandates broad reviews of the nation’s cyber vulnerabilities and gives the military greater responsibility for the safety of computer networks. President Donald Trump’s long-delayed executive order will force 190 federal agencies to ditch outdated computer systems and migrate toward one centralized network, with much data and processing in the “cloud,” or through shared digital access.
For more than a decade, prosecutors have been warned about the perils of eyewitness identification. The drumbeat grew steadily louder after the National Institute of Justice (“NIJ”) published Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science in 1996.
National District Attorneys Association
On Friday, May 12, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo to federal prosecutors outlining updated charging and sentencing guidelines for the Department of Justice (DOJ). The National District Attorneys Association (NDAA), representing America’s 2500 elected and appointed state and local prosecutors, stands with its federal counterparts in doing all that we can to protect the communities we serve.
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More than 20 years ago, when Russell Foster was 19 and his girlfriend Amber was 15,
Montana’s laws tore them apart, sending Russell to prison for four years for having sex with
Their story mostly has a happy ending. They reunited when Russell got out of prison.
They’re married now, with four kids, and living in Glasgow, Montana.
Law enforcement agents are deploying an onslaught of new technology to collect information on criminals and unsuspecting citizens alike. Body cameras. Cellphone hacking devices. License plate scanners. Software that can identify faces in surveillance video.
In the face of extremely complex and challenging child abuse cases, the Marion County District Attorney’s Office is launching a pilot program designed to increase coordination during high-risk child abuse investigations. Officials with the Marion County Child Abuse Response Team announced the pilot project Friday.
OWH May 22, 2017
State prison officials are now on the way to following state law by requiring DNA swabs of convicted felons.
The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services no longer lets inmates refuse to provide the samples without suffering consequences — which was occurring before The World-Herald revealed the practice.
Office of the Deputy Attorney General
Forensic science is generally dated to Hans Gross’ Handbuch für Untersuchungsrichter, Polizeibeamte, Gendarmen (Handbook for Magistrates, police officials, military policemen), which was published in 1893, although forensic medicine and forensic toxicology are much older. Edmond Locard established the first crime laboratory in 1910 in Lyon, France.
Mary Ellen Heng doesn’t think a bank account should dictate how long someone spends in jail. Yet throughout her career, the deputy Minneapolis city attorney has repeatedly seen exactly that: people lingering in Hennepin County jail because they can’t afford a $78 bail.
Nebraska County Attorneys Association
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Lincoln, NE 68501