Criminal Law, Civil Liability and Personnel Law . . .
As a professional engaged in law enforcement, you know the importance of keeping
up-to-date on the rapidly changing criminal and civil liability law. Each year, thousands of new
decisions from the federal and state courts impact on the law of arrest, search
and seizure, interrogation, trial procedures, civil liability and personnel law. It is literally a full-time
job to keep up with the twists and turns of these decisions. Yet failure to do
so can all too often lead to tragic consequences ranging from suppression of evidence
and freeing of offenders to judgments for civil liability and disciplinary action.
Key Issues for the Law Enforcement Professional
The Dilemma . . . The Law Is Constantly Changing
You can't possibly read all the court decisions to keep yourself
up-to-date. A cost-effective way of addressing this dilemma is having the most
important of these decisions summarized for you and your department and presented
in an easy-to-understand format that can be readily adapted to your training needs.
Digesting cases from the United States Supreme Court, the federal courts of appeal
and district courts, and the courts of all 50 states, the Law Enforcement
Legal Review solves this dilemma.
What you receive with a subscription to the Law Enforcement Legal Review
Each issue of the Law Enforcement Legal Review is researched and written
to be totally up-to-date. The editors of Legal Review evaluate
cases from the weekly editions of the Criminal Law Reporter, U.S. Law Week, and the West
Publishing Company regional reporters. Many cases reported are only a few weeks old.
Law Enforcement Legal Review has expanded coverage to include the following topics of interest directly related to law enforcement:
In addition to LELR's respected coverage of criminal law, including:
- U.S. Supreme Court Review
- Use of Force
- Pursuit Driving
- Personnel Law
- Discrimination Law
- Civil Rights Violations
Plus, LELR's presentation has been reformatted to be easier to read and to permit coverage of 30% percent more cases and is now available in electronic format.
- Stop and Frisk
- Arrest, Search and Seizure
- Court Procedures
- Defenses, Evidence
- Surveillance and Investigative Techniques
- Juvenile Law, etc.
The Digest/Case Finder Service
Law Enforcement Legal Review continues its Digest/Case Finder Service.
Each volume of LELR contains a case law digest for each case reported during the year. This digest is organized according to topic/subject and makes it easy to find cases on point for subscribers. The Digest/Case Finder Service makes the Review a handy research tool.
LELR has compiled a number of useful resources on our web pages.
Obtain copies of many court decisions using our reference page, complete with search engine.
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