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February 2016 Archives

Why 'Active Investigations' Don't Justify Keeping Police Video Secret

handgun_by_u.s._pacific_fleet2_credit.jpgPolice policies nationwide declare that body camera footage should not be released if the situation at hand is part of an active investigation. The ACLU argues why this does not justify keeping the police videos secret. Read the full article here. This firm is currently involved in litigation related to this issue in a case involving public records requests for documents and materials associated with the killing of James Boyd. 

HUNDREDS OF POLICE OFFICERS CONVICTED OF SEX CRIMES OR SEX- RELATED MISCONDUCT

splash-web.jpgThe Legal Team at Kennedy, Kennedy & Ives remains humbled by the bravery of our client, Dianna Guerrero, who stepped forward to share her story of sexual assault by a police officer when she was an high school intern with the Las Cruces Police Department. Dianna's nightmare of betrayal is one of many from across the country covered by investigative journalists Matt Sedensky and Nomaan Merchant in the AP's three-part story: Betrayed By The Badge. 

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