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Today's Lead: Stop-And-Frisk Appeal Muted By Election

by Mike Muller, Oct 30, 2013
 

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A panel of federal judges questioned yesterday why they should listen to city lawyers and delay court mandated stop-and-frisk reforms when the next mayor may support those changes. If Bill de Blasio is elected as expected, he will likely stop fighting the court's ruling. The judges also ripped the city for appealing the changes at such a slow pace. Meanwhile, a new report finds that students stopped and frisked by police are also more likely to be suspended from school. And Commissioner Kelly was booed off stage during a speech at Brown University.

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