The Case of the Backside Duplex
This is a case about a warrantless encounter at a Miami duplex that turns into an arrest, a protective sweep, a warrant application and a full-blown search, and the seizure of drugs and guns.
The Case of the Neighbor with a Knife
In this edition of Bruce’s Brownbag Wednesday, Bruce reviews the recent Supreme Court decision Kisela v. Hughes issued by the court on April 2, 2018.
Use of Deadly Force
In this episode, Bruce-Alan Barnard reviews a 42 USC 1983 civil suit for excessive use of force resulting in the death of the suspect.
The Case of the RasPberry Jam
In this audio recording of Bruce’s Brownbag Wednesday Webinar 2018-07, Bruce discusses the legal aspects of US v. Raspberry. This case is from the First Circuit and was released in February 2018.
In Search of the Reasonable Officer
This week Bruce discusses the development of the “reasonable officer standard” in Graham v Connor and the practical and political problems with the application of the standard.
The Case of the Bloodhound Blunder
The is a 1983 civil suit for malicious prosecution with the primary issue on appeal focused on Qualified Immunity.
The Case of the Bus Blues
Wiretap order information leads to traffic stop, automobile search, arrest, and search warrant application and execution.
The Case of the Rotten Peaches
This is a Supreme Court decision addressing probable cause and qualified immunity.
The Case of the Bulge in the Waistband
This is the audio from the recorded webinar: Bruce’s Brownbag Wednesday Webinar 2018-02
The Case of the Busted Stove
This is the audio from the recorded webinar of Bruce’s Brownbag Wednesday Webinar number 2018-01.
Week in Review for 12 January 2018
In this “Week in Review” episode, Bruce takes a look at state and federal cases that came out earlier in the week that have an impact on the legal aspects of law enforcement.
Welcome to Broadcast BLUE
Bruce-Alan Barnard announces all of the changes for Broadcast BLUE in 2018 including new podcast format, new “Bruce’s Brownbag Wednesday” webinars and the new Broadcast BLUE video channel on Vimeo.