Constitutional Policing: Recent Trends in First, Fourth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendment Claims Against Municipal Defendants
Webinar Feb 11, 2021 2:00AM-3:30AM
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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