Please join BMD's Robert Hager and Daniel Rudary, along with Michael Hinnenkamp, Executive Director of Ohio Plan, and Tim Riley, Law Director of the City of Garfield Heights, Ohio, for a live, 90-minute webinar discussing Constitutional Policing: Recent Trends in First, Fourth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth Amendment Claims Against Municipal Defendants.
Who Should Attend: Municipal Law Directors
BMD’s Presentation will highlight the following timely aspects of Constitutional law as applied to law enforcement:
• Compliance with First Amendment protections for insulting or critical speech about police officers.
• Compliance with First Amendment protections for recording police officers in public.
• Compliance with First Amendment limitations on probable cause to make arrests for speech-proximate crimes like menacing or obstruction of police business, and prosecutions for protected expressive activity.
• Compliance with Fourth Amendment prohibitions on the use of excessive force in arrests and detentions, and prosecutions for protected expressive activity.
• Compliance with Thirteenth Amendment limitations on forced labor by unconvicted prisoners; and
• Avoidance of retaliation for the exercise of constitutionally protected expressive activity.
An interactive Q&A session will take place at the conclusion of the presentation.
1.0 hours of CLE credit approved from the Supreme Court of Ohio.
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