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Law Enforcement and Legal Immunity: Exploring a Complex Problem from All Sides

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Date Published

February 4, 2021


Monroe County Bar Association


Criminal, Ethics, Professional Performance


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A distinguished panel of experts explores the legal issues relating to criminal and civil liability of law enforcement in the discharge of their duties. The panel will explore the legal issues of qualified immunity, personal and employer liability for police conduct, civil rights implications and other topics in this controversial area.

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James L. Nobles, Esq.

Frederick K. Brewington, Esq.

Frederick K. Brewington is the principal of The Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington in Hempstead, New York.Raised in... Read More

John V. Elmore, Esq.

John V. Elmore has been an attorney for 33 years. He is a partner in The Law Offices of Steve Boyd & John Elmore where he... Read More

Stephen G. Schwarz, Esq.

Stephen G. Schwarz has been the managing partner of Faraci Lange, LLP since 1995. He focuses his legal practice on personal... Read More

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