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Enforce the law for bail bondsmen

October 6, 2013

A lawsuit accepted by a federal court judge last week highlights another incident in which failure by the Warren Law Department and Warren City Police to enforce laws governing bail bondsmen poses......

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Oct-09-13 1:08 PM

Lacy should be grateful that WPD didn't file charges for his illegal act. Instead he looks to taking them to court for doing their job. In 12 minutes he suffered no traumatic distress. Get over it. The city should file a counter suite. See how long Mr. Lacy lets the suite stand.

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Oct-06-13 4:22 PM

Seems like conservatives want selective enforcement of laws. They want to enforce laws that discriminate and make life difficult for working folks, but ignore laws that give adequate health care to poor people.

I believe the Warren police didn't need 12min to identify a Bail bonds man who has been around 20yrs. The Court recognized this as an opportunity to harass Lacey by a racist Warren cop.

The fact is already known on the Federal level that Warren police profile and deal with citizens according to race. Thank God the Feds already know what's going on...

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Oct-06-13 12:19 PM

All laws should be enforced. How about a support editorial for the enforcement of the zoning laws in Warren(see Ron Selak Jr.'s article on 7A). Let's not forget to mention the enforcement and funding of the Affordable Care Act--you need to do an editorial on that one too. All of them are laws somewhere.

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