Judge Questions Federal Role in Miami Police Case

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http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/local/5846267.htm A judge who presided over the conviction of four Miami officers in questionable police shootings has told prosecutors to present more legal justification to support the federal charges. The Associated Press says the officers' attorneys want U.S. District Judge Alan Gold to throw out the convictions, saying that the charges of conspiracy to plant guns on unarmed suspects or cover up the misconduct have no basis in federal law. "The government has more work to . . .

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