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Baltimore considering 6 teams for police reforms monitor

(The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Six teams are vying to become an independent monitor over police reforms in Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun reports that the six teams were chosen as finalists from a list of more than two dozen applicants for the job. The team selected will ...

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Science organizations renew call for independent US committee on forensics

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WASHINGTON — Leading U.S. science organizations called on the Justice Department to renew an abandoned partnership with independent scientists to help raise forensic science standards, warning bluntly that doubts about questioned techniques have grown to the point that “society’s faith in ...

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Federal judge denies request to intervene in Baltimore consent decree case

(The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

The federal judge overseeing the Baltimore consent decree litigation has denied a community group’s motion to intervene, expressing his belief that the government will “diligently enforce the decree now that it has been entered.” Community Churches for Community Development Inc. and ...

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