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Upholding Government Accountability

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Government accountability is a cornerstone of democracy. After all, Maryland residents rely on public entities to serve their roles, including respecting citizen rights. Because of this, there are avenues for seeking justice if you believe your constitutional rights were violated by a government  entity or a government official. Talk through the details of your… Read More »

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Practical Tips For Plaintiffs Pursuing Constitutional Tort Claims

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The term constitutional tort may sound abstract to the uninitiated. Many people see the term constitution tort as a form of legal jargon reserved for scholarly debates or courtroom dramas. But these are tangible claims with real consequences. Constitutional tort claims are potent tools that empower individuals to seek justice when their constitutional rights… Read More »

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Demystifying Qualified Immunity

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Qualified immunity is a legal principle that can shield public employees, including law enforcement officers, from civil liability. When considering moving forward with a civil rights violation, understanding immunity protections is essential as it can significantly impact a person’s ability to seek justice. There are experts who can guide you through the legal complexities… Read More »

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Developments In Constitutional Tort Law And Seeking Legal Guidance

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Living in Maryland, it’s essential to understand your rights, particularly in the context of constitutional tort law. Recent developments in this area have changed the landscape, impacting how individuals can seek justice when their constitutional rights are violated. If you want to learn more about what constitutional tort law entails, explore how laws have… Read More »

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How A Lawyer Can Protect Your Civil Liberties

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As a citizen of the United States and a resident in the state of Maryland, you have civil liberties. If these rights are violated, you may be able to seek justice through legal action. If you need advice from a legal expert on how to safeguard your fundamental rights that were infringed upon by… Read More »

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Body Cameras And Proving Police Misconduct

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In cases involving police misconduct, there is often the need for a nuanced defense approach in order for justice to prevail. There are an array of evidence options, and the advent of body cameras has emerged as a pivotal tool for holding law enforcement accountable. When utilized effectively, body cameras can unveil important truths,… Read More »

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The Impact Of Body-Worn Cameras On Police Misconduct Cases

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Cameras worn by police officers are a significant development in law enforcement circles, both in the state of Maryland and across the United States. These devices have fundamentally changed the landscape of policing by providing an objective, visual record of interactions between law enforcement officers and the public. To have your questions about body-worn… Read More »

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Differences Between Minor And Major Police Misconduct

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Police misconduct is a serious issue whenever it occurs, but it is also important to recognize that not all law enforcement misconduct situations are the same. Some actions experienced by crime victims are minor offenses while others are major violations of civil rights. Understanding the differences between minor and major police misconduct can help… Read More »

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Holding Police Officers Accountable For Misconduct

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Police misconduct is a serious issue, and law enforcement misconduct has far-reaching consequences for both the victim themselves and their communities. Holding police officers accountable is an important part of the recovery process, and in Maryland, victims of police misconduct have several legal options. Some paths forward include documenting a complaint with the police… Read More »

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Police Brutality And Misconduct In Maryland

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Sometimes the terms policy brutality and police misconduct are interchangeably. When a law officer participates in illegal activities and inappropriate behaviors, it is likely police misconduct, especially if the conduct took place while they were wearing a badge. A type of police misconduct, police brutality is a term often used to convey excessive force… Read More »

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