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Robert Mueller To Testify In Open Hearings On July 17 Before House Committees

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| The Judiciary and Intelligence Committee chairmen announced that, after being subpoenaed, the Russian investigation special counsel agreed to appear at separate hearings on the same day.

Jeffrey Epstein's Sex Offender Plea Deal Must Stand, Federal Prosecutors Say

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Attorneys representing sex abuse victims have argued for years that their clients weren't informed of the once-secret deal beforehand or given the opportunity to testify about it in court.

LA Supes Fund Body Cams for Sheriff's Dept., But Timing Of Deployment Still Unclear

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The L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to allocate another $10 million for the Sheriff's Department to place body cameras on deputies. But it remains unclear when that will actually happen.

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LA Sheriff's Dept. Drafting Policy On Deputy Cliques

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The L.A. County Sheriff's Department says it's drafting a policy to address deputy cliques, some of which have been found to promote misconduct and even violence.

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The Ryan Twyman Shooting Raises Questions About LA Sheriff's Policy On Shooting At Cars

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When two L.A. Sheriff's deputies shot and killed Ryan Twyman as he slowly drove his car in reverse earlier this month, they may have been violating a strict policy instituted by the department three years ago. Deputies are essentially prohibited from shooting at moving vehicles unless a weapon is present. No gun was found in Twyman's car. KPCC's Frank Stoltze dives into the evolution of the policy about shooting at moving cars.

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Lots Of Unanswered Questions In Fatal Costco Shooting

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There are still lots of unanswered questions four days after an off-duty LAPD officer fatally shot a 32-year-old mentally impaired man after he allegedly attacked him inside a Costco in Corona.

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Florida Deciding Whether To Prosecute Woman Who Turned In Estranged Husband's Guns

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Her husband was jailed overnight after police said he rammed his vehicle into hers. She was jailed for six days after she allegedly broke into his home, took his guns and gave them to law enforcement.

'A Lot Of Gray Area': A Legal Expert Explains 'How To Read The Constitution'

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Inspired by the challenges to the current presidential administration, law professor Kim Wehle has written a guide to the founding document — and its susceptibility to interpretation.

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Supreme Court Orders Documents Unsealed In Death Penalty Case

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The blacked-out material involves the drugs used in an Alabama execution. The release of the material was ordered after a motion filed by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and NPR.