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Webinar | What You Say Online Can and Will Be Used Against You: Social Media Training for Law Enforcement Agencies

One of the quickest ways to end your career in law enforcement today is to post something inappropriate on social media.  A survey commissioned by LexisNexis found that although 81 percent of law enforcement professionals surveyed said they use sites…

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SCOTUS Watch: Supreme Court Weighs in on Lawsuits Against Federal Officials and Federal Law Enforcement

Many readers are familiar with a Section 1983 claim, which is the vehicle Congress created to bring constitutional claims against state officials.  Until 1971, there was no equivalent for lawsuits against federal officials until the Supreme Court case Bivens v.…

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What You Say Online Can and Will Be Used Against You

By Traci I. Park and Kelly A. Trainer With increasing frequency, litigants are seeking access to content posted on social media platforms to use as evidence in civil and criminal matters.  Given that millions of people take to social media…