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Some Sex by Consenting Officers Okay by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
2/'18 - 3 Lou Reiter, Co-Director, LLRMI

Georgia Supreme Court Discusses Requirements of Anti-Mask Statute: Part Two
2/'18 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Georgia Supreme Court Discusses Requirements of Anti-Mask Statute: Part One
2/'18 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

The Fourth Amendment: Entry Into Private Premises and Excessive Force
1/'18 - 6 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Trooper Sued for Shooting Large Dog Running Loose on the Interstate
1/'18 - 5 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

The United States Supreme Court Grants Summary Judgment and Qualified Immunity to D.C. Officers In False Arrest Case
1/'18 - 4 Jack Ryan, Attorney

Expanding the Scope of a Traffic Stop with Reasonable Suspicion
1/'18 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Tenth Circuit Upholds Immunity for Officer Who Shoots Car Chase Suspect
1/'18 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Explains the Independent Source Doctrine
1/'18 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Community Caretaking vs. the Fourth Amendment
12/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Can an Officer Question a Driver Regarding His Criminal History on a Traffic Stop?
12/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Tenth Circuit Upholds Reasonable Suspicion When Gang Member Lied to Officer
12/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Colorado's Legalization of Marijuana and its Impact on Traffic Stop Canine Sniffs
12/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Excessive Force: Constitutional vs. State Law
11/'17 - 5 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Third Circuit Holds First Amd Grants Right to Photograph, Film, Audio Record Police in Public - Regardless of Purpose
11/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Upholds Immunity For School Officer Who Threatened Parent With Taser
11/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

City Not Liable for Failing to Disclose Exculpatory Evidence When Plaintiff Entered a Guilty Plea
11/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Do Police Need a Search Warrant to Track a Wanted Suspect by Pinging His Cell Phone?
11/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

The First Amendment and Tattoo Policies
10/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Georgia Court Examines Whether a Person has a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Cell Phone Owner Info
10/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

DO OFFICERS HAVE A CONSTITUTIONAL DUTY TO DISMISS WARRANTS IF THEY RECEIVE INFORMATION THAT MAY NEGATE PROBABLE CAUSE?
10/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Upholds Immunity for Detective and Officer on Malicious Prosecution and Excessive Force Suit
10/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

The Complaint Alleging Police Employee Misconduct Starts the Process and is the Essential Element for any System of Accountability
9/'17 - 4 Lou Reiter

Eleventh Circuit Grants Immunity in Canine Excessive Force Case (and You Can't Sue a Dog in Georgia)
9/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Upholds Immunity for Officer and School Officials in Arrest of Disorderly Parent
9/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Is Force Excessive if Officer is Mistaken Regarding the Intent of Suspect?
9/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Removing a Drunk Driver From Car vs. the Fourth Amendment
8/'17 - 5 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Discusses Knock and Announce and Deadly Force
8/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Fifth Circuit Denies Immunity for Officer in Stop, Arrest and Force Case
8/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Upholds Stop and Arrest Based on Collective Knowledge
8/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Fifth Circuit Holds Non-Consensual Witness Detention is a Fourth Amendment Seizure
8/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Tenth Circuit Holds Use of Camera on Utility Pole Did Not Violate the Fourth Amendment
7/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Understanding Exculpatory Evidence and How it May Impact Convictions: The United States Supreme Court Provides Further Explanation of Brady v. Maryland
7/'17 - 3 Jack Ryan, Attorney

Third Circuit Finds for Officers in Vehicle Search Lawsuit
7/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Upholds Warrantless Search of Probationer's Residence
7/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Discusses When Officer Discipline Can Be Brought Up in Court
6/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Upholds Traffic Stop Based on Reasonable Mistake of Tag Law
6/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Sixth Circuit Affirms Denial of Motion to Suppress After Ambiguous Request for Attorney
6/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

May Police Detain a Person for Videoing Routine Activity at Police Station
6/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

United States Supreme Court Rejects 9th Circuit Provocation Theory in Deadly Force Confrontation
5/'17 - 5 Jack Ryan, Attorney

Sufficiency of an Investigation and the Fourth Amendment
5/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Federal Agent Sued for Excessive Force for Number of Agents Executing Search Warrant
5/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Discusses Pedestrian Stops, Arrest and Use of Force
5/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Strip Search of Juvenile at Juvenile Correctional Facility
5/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Tenth Circuit Grants Immunity to Officer for Shooting Driver Using Car as a Deadly Weapon
4/'17 - 5 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Public Meetings, Free Speech and the Fourth Amendment
4/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Eleventh Circuit Discusses Mental Health Committals and Fourth Amendment
4/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Using Force On Persons in Medical Emergencies: United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit in a Published Decision Applies New Analysis
4/'17 - 2 Jack Ryan, Attorney

The Fourth Amendment and False Arrest
4/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Fourth Circuit Discusses 'Armed and Dangerous' Standard for a Lawful Frisk
3/'17 - 5 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Excessive Force in Correctional Facilities
3/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Use of GPS and Canine in Drug Investigations
3/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Fugitive Investigations, Warrantless Home Entry and the Fourth Amendment
3/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Pretextual Stops, Canine Sniffs and the Fourth Amendment
3/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Man Armed with a Skillet Shot by Deputy
2/'17 - 4 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Sheriffs Major Denied Immunity for Violation of First Amendment
2/'17 - 3 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Exigent Circumstances as an Exception to the Warrant Requirement for Searches of Residences
2/'17 - 2 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Seventh Circuit Analyzes Drug Agents' Conduct During Investigation
2/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

Does the Automobile Exception Apply When the Auto is on Curtilage-Part Two
1/'17 - 7 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

U.S. Supreme Court Grants Appeal in Arrest Lawsuit
1/'17 - 6 Jack Ryan, Attorney

Does the Automobile Exception Apply When the Auto is on Curtilage-Part One
1/'17 - 5 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies "Clearly Established Law" for Qualified Immunity in Deadly Force
1/'17 - 4 Jack Ryan, Attorney

U.S. Court of Appeals for Fourth Circuit Finds Police Department Social Media Policy Unconstitutional & Punishment of Two Officers Under That Policy to be Unconstitutional
1/'17 - 3 Jack Ryan, Attorney

U.S. Supreme Court to Examine Provocation Theory in Law Enforcement Shootings
1/'17 - 2 Jack Ryan, Attorney

Private Searches and a Frustrated Expectation of Privacy
1/'17 - 1 Brian S. Batterton, Attorney

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