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LegitSlater: Bungled Arson Case a Good Reminder to Know Then Assert Rights

LegitSlater: Bungled Arson Case a Good Reminder to Know Then Assert Rights

Back on June 23rd I wrote a post highlighting the importance of first knowing, then asserting, your Constitutional rights. At the end of that post I stated I would do my part to raise awareness on this topic over the course of several columns (not consecutively), and recent events in North Dakota have provided the occasion

LegitSlater: Is There An Integrity Problem In North Dakota Law Enforcement?

Integrity, as defined by Dictionary.com, is a noun meaning “adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.” More simply put, it is often defined as doing the right thing, even when no one is looking. Integrity is a value claimed by many organizations, to include law enforcement, as important towards guiding the actions of those organizations. This makes perfect sense, as many

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