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Live Webcast - April 9, 2020
In this new course, the author gives you what’s hot in law enforcement liability under 42 U.S.C. § 1983: A review of the Supreme Court decisions last year, City of Escondido v. Emmons, Nieves v Bartlett, McDonough v. Smith, and preview of cases to be decided this year. A survey of the Circuits after County of Los Angeles v. Mendez on officers creating the need to use deadly force. Stepped-up attacks on the qualified immunity defense from the left and even the right. De-escalation and crisis intervention and the failure to train. Expert testimony and national policies on the use of force. Use of body worn camera evidence to win or defend summary judgment motions. Damages for wrongful death and survival: should state or federal law control?