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Officer Faces Trial after ‘Impersonation’ Arrest (access required)

A Fairfax County police officer could not objectively and reasonably have believed plaintiff was impersonating a police officer in violation of a Virginia statute when plaintiff, a psychologist who served as deputy director of a Maryland county correctional department, had ...

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County Can Be Sued for Sectarian Prayer (access required)

A Danville U.S. District Court denies defendant county board of supervisors’ motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the board’s regular use of explicitly Christian prayer to open its twice-monthly meetings. Plaintiff regularly attends board meetings and objects to the Christian ...

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