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POST, as it’s more commonly known, would be allowed to investigate an officer’s fitness and to strip anyone who’d engaged in “serious misconduct.”
In the past, members of a president’s party might be willing to criticize isolated instances of misconduct by the president or his staff.
THE RNC WEAPONIZED EXHAUSTIONZACK BEAUCHAMPAUGUST 28, 2020VOX
Voters in November will probably have a chance to overhaul a city commission tasked with overseeing police misconduct, after the City Council committed Tuesday to sending a measure that’s been in the works for years to the ballot.
A measure to overhaul police misconduct oversight is headed to the ballot, with support from the mayor and district attorney.
It is often the same officers engaging in the same kinds of misconduct and abuse across multiple cases.
The assistant unless thus shielded must answer for his own misconduct.
Again, a husband who drives his wife away from him by his misconduct deserts her as clearly as if he had left her.
If you take away from the sovereigns the fear of an invisible power, what restraint will you oppose to their misconduct?
For, but for the grandfather's misconduct, he would have had a good proportion of what is now Lady Myrtle's.'
ROBIN REDBREASTMARY LOUISA MOLESWORTH
First, the righteous man, who repents his misconduct as soon as he becomes aware of his sin.

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