For most of the past quarter century, he has been a witness for the defense across the country, testifying in lawsuits, some of them major cases, on behalf of people who have alleged wrongdoing by police officers.
Updated: March 26, 2013, - 05:38 PM
A handful of inches of snow on the ground bogged down the morning commute Monday in the Twin Cities ahead of strong winds heading in from the west.
Updated: March 19, 2013, - 11:07 AM
A three-member panel, including a judge and former judge, has been formed to oversee development of a law enforcement training...
Updated: March 14, 2013, - 06:48 PM
Within two days of her being pictured in a newspaper, employees at 11 law enforcement agencies, two state departments and the U.S. Postal Inspector’s office accessed hers driver’s license file 35 times, according to records.
Updated: March 14, 2013, - 12:56 PM
A state investigator said problems look similar to the disgraced Metro Gang Strike Force, but law enforcement units say they’re...
Updated: March 08, 2013, - 09:16 PM
Veteran Minneapolis official Tom Deegan, left, called all the allegations unfounded. Prosecutors point to problems with state law.
Updated: February 28, 2013, - 09:27 AM
Many residents eagerly embrace the new glitz, but for others it’s a rude (and expensive) transformation.
Updated: February 26, 2013, - 09:40 AM
Snow? Or freezing rain? Metro area could see two waves of stuff, resulting in a "mess" for Monday morning's rush hour.
Updated: February 10, 2013, - 07:37 AM
Hundreds of homeless and poor people flood the soaring, $135 million glass and steel library daily, drawn by the warmth, computers and open space. Last year, 1,321 people were asked to leave the library, more than twice the number ejected the year before.
Updated: February 05, 2013, - 06:26 AM