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Deputization

carries many

legal impl

Folkminers

are

gone, but new tape lives on

Folkminers
Two Feet Down and
1,000,000 Miles High
Folkminer Music/Office Records
The Folkminers' follow up to
their debut EP, and first full-length
tape, comes as a treat to those con-
fined to only seeing this fine band
live. The cassette perpetuates their

reputation as one of Ann Arbor
finest, and provides proof that then
is intelligent music still bein
brewed here in the midst of
plethora of "creative" mishaps an
pathetic cover-bands.
The tape is of quite good soun
quality - the 'miners productio
job is to be applauded. It consist
of 13 songs, 12 originals and
cover of "Ani Maa'min (I Believe),

's a traditional Hebrew folk song from -- but tie it all together with inno-

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is
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the time of the Holocaust. The
music is in the vein of R.E.M., al-
though the comparison is so widely
utilized it has almost become a
platitude. In this case, however, it
can be used relatively safely, as
anyone familiar with the
Folkminers work can attest. They
build from the subtlest of blocks -
simple bass, rhythmic drums, etc.

vative guitar and Athen-esque vo-
cals.
The majority of the songs tend to
remain within the constraints of the
easy-rocking, southern-tainted
sound, but once in a while break
out into more driving cuts, such as
"Stranger," which comes close to
the fury bottled in Drivin' and
Cryin's "Can't Promise You the

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World" and "Living By the Book."
Granted, it is nice merely to see a
local band release a collection of
original music, but its twice as re-
freshing when the finished product
is as tasty as this.
--Robert Flaggert
Keith Jarrett Trio
Still Live
ECM Records
This new double live date from
the "Standards Trio" is as good as it
gets. Three cats whose unity is
greater than the sum of the parts.
Bassist Gary Peacock and drummer
Jack DeJohnette have long been
leaders and groundbreakers in their
own right; with the acrobatic
pianistics of Jarrett they shine at
their brightest.
My personal hero here is
Peacock. He brings a breathtaking
fullness of sound to the stew, and
provides so much more in the way
of rhythmic underpinning than just
keeping time. Check out his solo
on "The Song Is You." Great
program includes "My Funny
Valentine" and "Autumn Leaves."
Guaranteed to please.
-Marc S. Taras
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By Cale Southworth
In the popular imagination,
deputization conjures up Wild
West, images of posses and shoot-
outs. In fact, the ritual of deputiza-
tion has changed little since those
times. "If you think about the
sheriff summoning his posse of
men and swearing them in as
deputies, that's what we're talking
about here, " said Washtenaw
County Sheriff Ron Schebil.
When University public safety
officers Leo Heatley and Robert
Pifer were sworn in as deputies by
Schebil last week, they instantly
achieved the status of deputy sher-
iffs, with all the powers, privileges
and protections that are extended to
law enforcement officials under
Michigan state law. This event
alone profoundly changes the legal
issues surrounding acts of political
protest at the University.
Deputization by the county sheriff
is the only means by which the
University can acquire police au-
thority. Under Michigan law, four
year colleges are prohibited from
forming their own police forces.
Campus security, however, can as-
sume nearly identical powers -in-
cluding the authority to enforce city
ordinances - through the process
of deputization..
University deputies, unlike city
police, do not have the power of
arrest while they are off-duty.
However, the University has the
discretionary ability to define all the
other powers of the deputies
through their job descriptions, in-
cluding their on-duty, off-duty sta-
tus.
University deputies cannot arrest
students for infractions of Univer-
sity policies (such as violations of
the protest guidelines). However,
student protesters can be arrested by
University deputies under state law
on charges such as disturbing the
peace or trespassing.
The following are changes in the
legal status of the Public Safety
officers who have become deputy
sheriffs in the pay of the Univer-
sity.
Firearms: Deputization confers
the right to carry concealed
firearms. The specific conditions
under which University deputies
will actually do so are left to the
discretion of the University admin-
istration. In the current agreement,
Heatley and Pifer need the express
permission of Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer Farris
Womack to carry firearms. The
policy says a request for firearms
would only be granted for assign-
ments involving a large sum of
money, assisting the U.S. Secret
Service, or assisting an outside law
enforcement agency with a felony
arrest on campus. There are, of
course, no guarantees that Public

Safety officers would not encounter
students or demonstrators during
these assignments.
Resisting or obstructing a
deputy sheriff: This charge did
not apply to Pifer and Heatley be-
fore they were deputized: regular
public safety officers have no au-
thority to serve a warrant or enforce
state laws. Interfering with a Uni-
versity deputy in discharge of duty

constitutes a misdemeanor punish-
able by imprisonment in the state
prison of up to 2 years, or by a fine
of not more than $1,000.
Assault upon a deputy.
sheriff: Assaulting an officer of
the law is a misdemeanor punish-
able by a fine not to exceed $1,000
or by imprisonment in the state
prison for not more than 2 years, or
both.
Resisting arrest: This charge

is punishable by a fine not to ex-
ceed $1000 or by imprisonment for
not more than 2 years.
The Freedom, of Informa-
tion Act: To ensure a democratic
government, the Freedom of Infor-
mation Act guarantees all citizens
and the press the right to inspect
and receive copies of most govern-
ment documents. The deputization
of two officers of the Department of

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