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Law Enforcement Cuts

 

Major cuts are ahead for law enforcement. Governor Bentley has created a task force to "streamline" spending for the state's 22 agencies with law enforcement functions. The goal is to reduce staff through attrition rather than layoffs. Max Reiss will take a look at how it could affect your protection.

 A judge has stopped the Harvey Updyke trial before a jury is even seated! Updyke is accused of poisoning the trees at Toomer's Corner in Auburn. His attorney also wants the judge to exclude some statements made by his client. We'll tell you why.   

And, TV stations that aired obscenities during live broadcast are off the hook! The U.S. Supreme Court today unanimously threw out fines and other penalties against broadcast companies that violated the FCC's policy regarding fleeting curse words and nudity on TV.

Join us for more on these stories, plus weather and sports tonight at five and six on WSFA 12 News. 

See ya then,

Valorie Lawson 

 

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