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Byron F. Walker, Attorney at Law

Byron Walker has a law practice in Harrisburg (PA)
717-234-7201
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551 Wiconisco Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110
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  • Pennsylvania (PA) 1989
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    Dauphin: Harrisburg
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    The Japan Times But law enforcement use of such facial searches is blurring the traditional boundaries between criminal and noncriminal databases, putting images of people never arrested in what amount to perpetual digital lineups. The most advanced ...Pennsylvania's... more »
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