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U. of Maryland student beating gets ex-cop 30 days home detention

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A former Prince George's County police officer was sentenced to 30 days of home detention for the March 2010 beating of a University of Maryland student. James Harrison was convicted of second-degree assault in October. A judge sentenced Harrison on Friday to a year in jail, but suspended all but 30 days and ordered that time to be served at home, according to media reports. The conviction...

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