Police Shooting

The admission of testimony from a police officer who fatally shot Feras Morad, an unarmed college student, was not prejudicial, the Ninth Circuit ruled. The officer testified that he could hear Morad making threatening statements on an eyewitness video and also testified that he had written in his police report that he had heard the student say, “I’m coming to get you.”

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Trump Denies Interference in Roger Stone’s Sentencing

President Donald Trump Wednesday declined to say whether he plans to pardon Roger Stone after the Justice Department rolled back a sentencing recommendation for the president’s longtime ally, who was convicted last year of lying to Congress and witness tampering. 

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Homicide Detective Admits Seized Evidence Not Relevant to Murder Investigation

Asked to look at the contents of a tattered box set on the witness stand filled with photos and personal items seized under a warrant he signed in the investigation of a cold-case murder, a retired San Diego Police Department detective said Thursday the items should not have been seized.

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