In May 2018, SCOTUS issued its opinion in Byrd v United States and settled a conflict among the various circuit courts. Prior to Byrd, six circuits had ruled that an unauthorized driver on a rental agreement did not have a
Updates on policy, procedures, and best practices in law enforcement.
It has been a while since we have addressed a “Contempt-of-Cop” case. I’m sure most of you know what I mean when I say “Contempt of Cop” since the term has been with us since the 1960’s and perhaps, even
The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act, which is also known as HR 218 (hereinafter “LEOSA”) was enacted on July 22, 2004 to extend active law enforcement officers and retired law enforcement officers the opportunity of carrying a concealed firearm in