This strikes me as a good way to filter out all but the most gullible.
Crime may be down nationally, but there could be a reason that perceptions of crime may be up, in some places. It’s not hard to imagine some people seeing their own communities get worse and then (wrongly) extrapolating that to major cities where crime is actually down.
This seems like the contemporary equivalent of making the family pay for the executioner’s bullet.
The law enforcement potential of policy body cameras goes beyond policing the police.
Law enforcement is complaining that encryption is too greatly hindering their efforts.
Blackmail is illegal, it turns out, even if you’re a lawyer.
Can we try a man for attempting to murder a mannequin? Is this different than a man who plans sex with a catfishing cop pretending to be someone under age?
Laws step in when culture fails.