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Police Coercion

To put it simply, coercion on the part of a law enforcement officer is when undue pressure is exerted to get a suspect to expressly state his or her part in a criminal act.

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Cause of Police Brutality

The first thing that comes to mind when you consider police brutality is the result of its aftermath. To honestly understand police brutality, we need to look at the causes.

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Types of Police Brutality

Law enforcement officers have wide-reaching authority to accomplish their job, as should be expected. There are still definite limitations to police powers.

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Police Brutality Attorney

Federal, state and local law enforcement have an obligation to protect members of the public from criminals and positively apply control over the people with which they interact

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