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BY MIRROR REPORTER A NEWBORN baby feels the long arm of the law after being delivered by a detective.
Camp Olivas, Pampanga -- The long arm of the law finally cornered an elusive fugitive who was accused of raping a teenaged girl 13 years ago.
The killer managed to escape, but the police say he will not be able to outrun the long arm of the law.
The 21-article bill defines types of domestic violence and ensures the aggressor will not escape from the long arm of the law.
The long arm of the law in Breaking Bad is represented by local DEA agent Hank Schrader, who is Walt's brother-in-law.
Summary: The long arm of the law has finally caught up with a police officer 19 years after he allegedly raped a schoolgirl who was only eight then.
This week sees Martin Kemp joining in the fun on a German lottery programme; police officers Lucy and Sonya reveal how powerful the long arm of the law can be, and boozy thespian Bridget Eccles plugs her new movie on Ruby Wax's chat show.
"Clever computer criminals operating behind the supposed veil of the Internet are still subject to the long arm of the law." (end) he.asa KUNA 270901 Jun 12NNNN
WE'VE all heard talk about the long arm of the law - and it's getting longer and longer.
A police spokesman said: "Those who post comments on sites like it could feel 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.