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Attorneys, investigators, experts, and members of law enforcement meet with people to obtain information to assist in determinations of proximate cause, criminal responsibility, perceptions, recollections and damages.
Today's increasingly-connected society relies more and more upon the Internet. As these connections grow, criminals are conducting a larger number of activities online.
In Scott v. Harris, 550 U.S. 372, 380-81, 127 S. Ct. 1769, 167 L. Ed. 2d 686 (2007), United States Supreme Court held that at the summary judgment stage a court need not accept the nonmovants version of the facts where...
Law enforcement agencies throughout the United States are beginning to embrace the power of social media for managing the department's public image, engaging the pubic in a more effective partnership to prevent crime,...
Can you do more to combat the war on bath salts? Arm yourself with an abundance of knowledge and insight into these dangerous synthetic drugs. A one hour on-demand webinar introducing the new deadly designer drug...
For 30 years, lawyers and police officers operated under the bright line rule of New York v. Belton. Vehicle searches incident to the arrest of a vehicle occupant were routine.
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