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Police Liability Defense Update: Section 1983, Excessive/Deadly Force, and More - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn the latest police liability defense strategies of use to Tennessee and Alabama attorneys.
Liability under 42 USC 1983 arises when alleged conduct occurs under color of state law and the conduct deprives the plaintiff of a right, privilege, or immunity secured by the U.S. Constitution or a federal statute.
The most highly publicized situation is when an unarmed individual is shot by a police officer. Other examples include when an individual is injured during an arrest because of the officer’s “excessive force,” a search is conducted of a home without a search warrant or pursuant to an invalid search warrant, or a person is arrested without probable cause.
Use this informative on-demand webinar on police liability defense strategies and case law. Your presenter, an experienced attorney and former prosecutor, will explain when liability will be imposed as a result of police conduct and when the officer is immune. He will also review excessive and deadly force issues as well as search and seizure rulings.
The speaker will also explain challenges that arise from the use of body cameras and dash cameras.
In light of recent events in several cities, police departments have revised their police practices. Make sure your law practice is up to date.
- New Section 1983 liability landmines
- Advanced defense strategies
- Was the official convicted of a criminal act?
- Civil rights exceptions
- Discretionary immunity
- Current trends in police practices liability
- Due process: Recent cases of interest
- Use of body cameras/dash cams
- Videos of police actions
- Excessive and deadly force issues
- Search and seizure case law
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About Your Presenter:
Mark McGrady is an attorney with Farrar & Bates LLP, practicing in the areas of insurance defense, municipal liability defense, civil rights defense, police liability defense, governmental tort liability defense, employment law, employment discrimination, and trial and appellate law. He was Fountain County (Indiana) chief deputy prosecutor from 2007-11 and Fountain County prosecuting attorney from 1999 to 2006. Mr. McGrady earned his B.A., summa cum laude, from Wabash College and his J.D., with high honors, from Duke University School of Law.