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TODAY   |  August 28, 2013

Judge will hold ruling in stop-and-frisk case

A federal judge ruled the policy to be unconstitutional earlier this month, but will hold until an appeal is heard. New York City attorneys claim that the newly ordered changes could harm public safety.

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>>> a federal judge to uphold her ruling that changes to the police department 's stop and frisk policy until an appeal is heard. city attorneys argue the prescribed changes to the program could harm public safety . the judge ruled that the stop and frisk practice violates the civil rights of minorities.