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February 24, 2011


The L.A.P.D. officers are confronted with crime on a daily basis. Mistakes make headlines but, all to often, heroic conduct is largely ignored. Incidents of heroism occur each day. Some times it is an officer talking a suspect out of hurting an innocent citzen or hurting himself. The Law Office of Sean Erenstoft salutes the heroism of the men and women of the L.A.P.D. Sean Erenstoft is a California civil rights attorney who has served to protect Los Angeles citizens from the sometimes over-bearing law enforcement techniques utilized by the agency. But credit is due to the L.A.P.D. who most gets it right. Salute.

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