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- Amnesty International USA found that U.S. laws on police lethal force fail to meet world standard.
- The U.S, Departments of Justice and Homeland Security prepared a guide for state and local law enforcement dealing with First Amendment-Protected events.
The guide, entitled “Recommendations for First Amendment-Protected Events for State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies” provides some good suggestions for how to prepare for and handle such events.
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- New AELE Monthly Law Journal article:
Rights of Rastafarian Employees and Inmates
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