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However, the plenary session on the last day of the conference presented recent developments such as The Long Arm of the Law, complete with musical accompaniment.
But the long arm of the law caught up with the thugs who carried out the attack when intrepid police dog Bach tracked them down from the back of a shop to a railway embankment where pounds 750,000 worth of jewellery, weapons and clothes were recovered.
Clever computer criminals operating behind the supposed veil of the Internet are still subject to the long arm of the law.
WE'VE all heard talk about the long arm of the law - and it's getting longer and longer.
FOR the second time in less than a month, an Occupy Cardiff protest has been ended by the long arm of the law.
NEW-born ducklings couldn't evade the long arm of the law.
THE long arm of the law never needed to stretch far to catch an armed shop raider.
A police spokesman said: "Those who post comments on sites like it could feel the long arm of the law.
Trouble had no chance to arise on Tyneside, but if it had, the guilty parties would have quickly felt the long arm of the law.
THERE'S the long arm of the law, but this is ridiculous .
It cannot be denied that police is the long arm of the law available to the State to enforce rule of law and thus protect human rights of its citizens.
But surely, the long arm of the law has been a bit heavy-handed with jobless Stewart Smith.