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Stored Communications Act Provision Found Unconstitutional; Warrants are Required to Search Cellular Service Provider Records of Phone Location, Fourth Circuit Finds

In early 2011, Mr. Aaron Graham committed a string of robberies in the Baltimore, MD area.  After robbing a Dollar Tree store, a jewelry store, a 7-Eleven, and a gas station, on February 5, 2011, at approximately 3:29 p.m., Mr. Graham entered a Burger King restaurant in Baltimore.

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The Attica Prison Riot: An Oral History by Michael S. Smith

Michael S. Smith was a 22-year-old corrections officer when, on September 9, 1971, a group of inmates overtook Attica Prison in rural New York City. Officers and civilian employees of the prison were taken hostage as the inmates and state officials negotiated. Three days into the negotiations, Corrections Officer William Quinn died from injuries sustained on the first day of the riot. Quinn’s death made the inmates’ central demand for immunity impossible, and heightened the anxiety both inside and outside the prison.

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During Police Week & Beyond, Take Time to Honor Federal Law Enforcement Officers

With this year’s National Police Week upon us, it serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made daily by members of the federal law enforcement community. Law enforcement officers of all stripes, from state and local police to those working for the federal government, have had a trying year.

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FLEOA Legislative Update

The FLEOA Legislative Machine prevailed with the hard-fought passage of H.R. 2146 (TSP bill). On June 29th, the FLEOA-initiated TSP bill, Defending Public Safety Employees' Retirement Act, was signed into law. Thanks to the leadership of Rep. Reichert who introduced the bill, those under the law enforcement retirement system will now be able to access their TSP at age 50 without incurring the IRS’ 10 percent penalty.‎ This allows federal law enforcement officers to be on par with their state and local counterparts who are also eligible to retire at age 50.

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