APA and Partners Call on Congress to Address Catastrophic Cuts to VOCA


2020-10-20T16:48:46-04:00October 20th, 2020|APA In The News, Featured, Legislative News, Prosecutorial News|Comments Off on APA and Partners Call on Congress to Address Catastrophic Cuts to VOCA

Weekly News Article Highlights

This feature provides weekly curation of interesting and important criminal justice/prosecutorial developments around the country. Pennington County Sheriff's Office releases 2019 Annual Report: https://www.newscenter1.tv/pennington-county-sheriffs-office-releases-2019-annual-report/ Among other things, there has been a decrease in pharmaceutical-related arrests. The County has also introduced several new programs including the MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge, of which APA is also

2020-07-23T16:50:17-04:00March 4th, 2020|Legislative News, Prosecutorial News|0 Comments

Judge upholds Maryland ban on pet stores’ sale of cats, dogs

A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit that challenged Maryland’s newly enacted ban on the sale of dogs and cats by retail pet stores By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN | Associated Press COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit that challenged Maryland's newly enacted ban on the sale of dogs

2020-06-25T22:02:15-04:00February 12th, 2020|Animal Cruelty, Featured, Highlights, Legislative News|0 Comments

New Laws in 2020

Now that 2020 has arrived, scores of new laws are going into effect across the country. From legalization of marijuana and criminal justice reform to raising minimum wage and the cost of electric cars, state legislatures are having a major impact on the nation’s laws. The Hill’s Reid Wilson joins Lisa Desjardins to discuss specific

2020-06-25T22:02:15-04:00January 2nd, 2020|Legislative News, Prosecutorial News|0 Comments

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer, Los Angeles Police Department and ALTO US Announce New Crime Fighting Tool to Battle Organized Retail Crime in Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- They strike quickly, criminals who are becoming increasingly more brazen and dangerous as they grab highly sought-after product from store shelves, ripping off retailers and reselling it for financial gain. Organized retail crime (ORC) is happening more often and cost the overall U.S. retail economy $49.8 billion in losses

Boston: House Unveils its Version of Criminal Justice Shakeup

Massachusetts House leaders are proposing a major overhaul the state’s criminal justice laws. The legislation announced on Monday includes tougher penalties for those who in deal in deadly synthetic opioids, and for multiple repeat drunken drivers. But it would also eliminate some mandatory minimum sentences and for the first time ever in Massachusetts allow certain

2017-11-07T21:49:50-05:00November 7th, 2017|Legislative News|0 Comments
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