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Peace Officer Personnel Records and Law Enforcement Agencies’ Brady Obligations: Update on Recent Case Law in an Area of Conflicting Rights

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Peace Officer Personnel Records and Law Enforcement Agencies’ Brady Obligations: Update on Recent Case Law in an Area of Conflicting Rights

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Peace Officer Personnel Records and Law Enforcement Agencies’ Brady Obligations: Update on Recent Case Law in an Area of Conflicting Rights

Law enforcement agencies are part of the prosecution team, and as such they – along with prosecutors – have obligations to disclose exculpatory evidence (including impeachment evidence) to prosecutors under the U.S. Supreme Court’s Brady v. Maryland case.  In light of this duty, are prosecutors entitled to review your officers’ personnel files, or can your agency comply with Brady by providing a list of names of officers with “Brady material” in their personnel files?  Recent legal developments indicate the answers are nuanced and not as clear as one might think.  These issues, as well as other legal issues concerning requests for and the use of peace officer personnel records, will be covered during this one-hour webinar. 

Who Should Attend?
Police Sergeants and Command Staff, Sheriffs.


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