Often lost in the focus on the rights possessed by criminal suspects has been the notion that law enforcement officers themselves possess rights. Those rights are often ill understood and sporadically applied. This book is designed to be a comprehensive review of the rights of law enforcement officers. The book is designed for the layperson, yet contains the supporting case law and statutory citations necessary to make it a reference tool for attorneys.
The new edition of our classic title will introduce new chapters on the Brady rule and on the arbitration of discipline. The chapter on free speech will now include a section on social media.
2015 | ISBN 978-1-880607-29-6