1. (POLICE MISCONDUCT DOCUMENTARY) Speak friend and enter re-edit- Part 1

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    A re-edit of the original Speak friend and enter film, including additional interviews and footage. Speak friend and enter documents the actions of the Wauwatosa police department, active in a small Wisconsin suburb neighboring Milwaukee. Along with racial discrimination allegations dating back over 30 years the film investigates the departments targeting of teens. The cities adolescence report a variety of harassment including random stops, searches, intimidation tactics, and surveillance to name a few. Speak friend and enter investigates these reports and others, shedding light on an expansive and evolving issue based in a city sparse of major crime. WPD's actions, however unreported or minor, also relate to a greater national concern of rights violations and police misconduct, issues the entire country battles to this day Part 2-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJKk1...

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    • The Ferguson Grand Jury and How Grand Juries Work

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      Retired Superior Court Judge Eugene Hyman discusses the case of Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, and the grand jury proceedings that resulted in his not being indicted. Grand juries are selected from a community, and they hear evidence presented by a prosecuting attorney with no defense attorney present. A failure to indict is an unusual occurrence.

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      • Matt Gunther - Probable cause

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        • What Happens If Someone Is Charged With a Felony?

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          Handling Felony Cases in North Carolina can be a complicated process. Attorney Bill Powers discusses some of the background procedures including the Initial Appearance, Bond Hearing, Probable Cause and Indictments in District and Superior Court.

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          • Drug Arrests Are Not All Equal

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            California is known for a liberal policy on drugs and drug possession, but that is not always the case. Manydrug possession cases are charged as felonies. And when it comes to selling, growing, manufacturing or transporting drugs, the penalties are massive. Fortunately, under Health & Safety Code 11350, drug diversion is an option for many cases that involve only drug possession. In cases involving the alleged sale of drugs, much of the case will hinge on the question of whether the prosecution can show “intent to sell,” which is difficult to prove, absent a sting operation. When a suspect is arrested, California police look for evidence of intent to sell. Such evidence might include: Relatively large quantity of drug(s) Large amounts of cash Weapons Plastic baggies or other separate containers Multiple cellular phones Text messages Scales Precursor materials Lab equipment Fertilizer, pots, soil This evidence can be aggressively challenged. After a thorough investigation, we often find that California police: make mistakes, exaggerate or lie in their police reports make arrests despite lacking solid evidence violate suspects Constitution right to be protected from illegal searches and seizures obtain warrants based on faulty or trumped up evidence violate California law against entrapment make use of “informants” of dubious reliability The key in drug cases is to chop away at the evidence and assumptions one by one. There is much that can be done to get your case dismissed. For example, often it turns out that the police illegally searched you. When that’s the case, your attorney can make a suppression motion and ask the court to show out the illegally obtained evidence. If the judge agrees, your case will likely be thrown out thanks to the motion to suppress. http://www.beahmlaw.com

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            • DUI Defense Number Two: Invalid Arrest

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              Patrick Barone of the Barone Defense Firm looks at the second of the nine most successful DUI defenses; the invalid arrest.

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              • DUI Defense One: The Bad Stop

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                Michigan DUI attorney Patrick T. Barone of the Barone Defense Firm discusses DUI defense number one: the bad traffic stop.

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                • Issues Related to Searches of Cars by AMU Professor Chuck Russo

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                  American Military University Professor Chuck Russo discusses the various issues and Supreme Court rulings as they relate to searches of cars.

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                  • Issues Related to Searches of Cars by AMU Professor Kerry Muehlenbeck

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                    American Military University Professor Kerry Muehlenbeck discusses the various issues and Supreme Court rulings as they relate to searches of cars.

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                    • Trial Graphics- probable cause- Trial Graphics

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                      Trial Graphics http://www.tmba.tv/trial-graphics/arson-investigation/london-underground/ For more information call (212) 789-9077. TMBA created these accident recreations based on the investigation report from the London Fire Brigade for the series "Extreme Evidence" (Court TV). This animation illustrates the probable cause and the point of origin of the fire. Please visit http://www.tmba.tv to learn more about this investigation, and series for Court TV. youtube url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_cvWWpbA8g

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