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  • Mexico's
  • Complaining about the vagueness of corruption charges leveled by U.S. law enforcement, Mexico's attorney general has asked the American government for more information concerning allegations by the Drug Enforcement Administration that a Mexican supreme court justice was bribed by a reputed drug kingpin. (latimes.com)
  • Abuse
  • Anabolic steroid abuse, once viewed as a problem strictly associated with body builders, fitness 'buffs,' and professional athletes, has entered into the law enforcement community. (usdoj.gov)
  • fundamental
  • A top priority of this Justice Department is a return to robust civil rights enforcement and outreach in defending religious freedoms and other fundamental rights of all of our fellow citizens in the workplace, in the housing market, in our schools and in the voting booth. (powerlineblog.com)
  • There is a fundamental lack of equality before the law and a clear tendency towards politically motivated prosecution, namely selective enforcement, which is illegal in most democracies in the world. (israelnationalnews.com)
  • widely
  • Case law varies widely, (5th Amendment question) but a good rule of thumb is that "If the police don't know what they're going to find inside, they can't make you unlock it. (fox2now.com)
  • Economics
  • In fact, nothing brings that home more forcefully than the idea that an antitrust agency will need to prove its case in court against a defendant that will push back hard to poke holes in the government's view of the law, economics, and evidence. (benton.org)
  • In merger reviews, the task is predictive, asking what can be expected to happen, but just as intensely focused on the facts and law and economics at hand. (benton.org)
  • Report
  • All but four states (Alabama, New Mexico, Washington and Wyoming) have laws for mandatory reporting of domestic violence injuries and sexual assaults that are treated in a health care facility, although they vary greatly as to who must report, what data, and to what agency. (eff.org)
  • Certain licensed professionals, like psychiatrists and psychologists, may be required by ethical standards or law to report individuals to law enforcement whom they believe are likely to commit a violent crime. (eff.org)
  • The Chamber report does not begin to explain where EPA enjoys discretion to miss this deadline, even though the report lists this as a prime example where EPA has discretion to do something other than what the law says. (nrdc.org)
  • agency
  • California's Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (CMIA) has an exception to the consent requirement for disclosures of health information if they are made to a "law enforcement agency or a regulatory agency when required for an investigation of unlawful activity or for licensing, certification, or regulatory purposes, unless the disclosure is otherwise prohibited by law. (eff.org)
  • issue
  • On the Issue of Causality in the Economic Model of Crime and Law Enforcement: Some Theoretical Considerations and Experimental Evidence ," American Economic Review , American Economic Association, vol. 77(2), pages 99-106, May. (repec.org)
  • And these presentations will be published next Spring in a special issue of the Yale Law Journal . (benton.org)
  • An overall lack of knowledge, training and preparedness exists on the issue at most levels, including law enforcement. (klaaskids.org)
  • Crime
  • This relationship is not driven by placement of law enforcement personnel which is shown to track crime but fails to reduce feelings of insecurity in the population. (repec.org)
  • We find a positive association between crime and the presence of law enforcement personnel, probably due to reporting bias. (repec.org)
  • Law enforcement personnel helps solve crime but appears unable to prevent it. (repec.org)
  • Crime, Isolation and Law Enforcement ," Journal of African Economies , Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), vol. 12(4), pages 625-671, December. (repec.org)
  • Crime, Isolation, and Law Enforcement ," WIDER Working Paper Series 005, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER). (repec.org)
  • investigation
  • But law enforcement, within the accepted boundaries of due process, has an equal obligation to the application of law to new and novel circumstances that intensive factual investigation reveals. (benton.org)
  • Remember, like you, law enforcement doesn't know where your child is and the sooner they are able to gather and assimilate information and evidence, the sooner they are going to be able to direct their investigation toward the solution. (klaaskids.org)
  • access
  • But law enforcement has many ways to access medical data when investigating crimes, identifying victims, or tracking down a fugitive. (eff.org)
  • They are investigative barriers by limiting law enforcement access, insisting on being present at all interviews and their mere presence casts suspicion on your motivation. (klaaskids.org)
  • personnel
  • Law enforcement personnel have used steroids for both physical and psychological reasons. (usdoj.gov)
  • This guide will help you to understand why anabolic steroids are being abused, and how you can educate law enforcement personnel and others about the dangers of these drugs. (usdoj.gov)
  • As a result of these claims, others, including law enforcement personnel, have used steroids for personal and professional reasons. (usdoj.gov)
  • As a result, law enforcement personnel seek remedies and solutions to perform their daily tasks more effectively. (usdoj.gov)
  • Some law enforcement personnel may believe that steroids provide them a physical and psychological advantage while performing their jobs. (usdoj.gov)
  • Certain
  • Two years later Virginia enacted a law requiring all convicted felons to provide DNA.1 States initially collected DNA samples only from persons convicted of certain sex offenses and serious violent crimes under the assumption that these individuals were likely to be repeat offenders. (thehastingscenter.org)
  • professionals
  • Ops-Core's unique, modular, scalable, open-architecture helmet system design for Special Operations Forces is ideal for supporting the more challenging and ever changing demands that today's law enforcement professionals now face. (gentexcorp.com)
  • Share
  • But what they share is fidelity to the principle that we are a government of laws, not of men and women. (benton.org)
  • exist
  • Our premise was simple: In a time when the purpose and future of antitrust is again an important topic of political discourse, we need to understand what antitrust enforcers can do today with the laws that exist right now. (benton.org)
  • among
  • Last month, law enforcement in the country used LLVision Technology's facial recognition glasses to spot criminals evading the law or train and plane passengers using fake IDs among the millions traveling for the lunar new year. (yahoo.com)
  • respond
  • In his order, Roberts put the Maryland ban on hold and gave opponents of the law a week to respond before he decides whether to continue allowing the practice. (sun-sentinel.com)
  • conference
  • At the end of October, Jonathan Baker, Fiona Scott Morton, and I organized a day-long conference entitled Unlocking the Promise of Antitrust Enforcement . (benton.org)
  • The conference, which was sponsored by the Washington College of Law at American University and the Washington Center for Equitable Growth , featured nine presentations from a series of extraordinarily-distinguished economists and lawyers. (benton.org)
  • This biennial conference explores the complex and diverse intersections of law enforcement and public health, involving practitioners, policy makers and researchers from these and other related sectors. (idpc.net)