… to illustrate how the court system can at times prove to be adversarial when it comes to the work of the police departments across the nation. It will detail the way the judicial branch of the government effects the way the police departments get things done.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
HOW THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM WORKS
HOW THE POLICE DEPARTMENTS WORK
MIRANDA RIGHTS AND THE OPPOSITE SIDES
COURTS, COPS …
… are experts in the area of dispute, therefore are called by one side or the other to present their opinion about this particular case. Sometimes the witnesses called are members of law enforcement agencies. This can be the officers who participated in the arrest, or witnessed the crime, or it might be the investigators who worked to put the case together by gathering evidence after the crime …
… Minneapolis Star Tribune, 01-01-1997, pp 03B.
COURT: ILLEGAL SEARCH USED IN DRUG CASE
Date: 10-24-1997; Publication: Wisconsin State Journal; Author: Cary Segall Wisconsin State Journal
SECTION: Local/Wisconsin The 4th District Court of Appeals on Thursday threw out the drug conviction of a Beloit man because of an improper police search. The case was the third in three months in which the court …