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Legal Update Podcast for Law Enforcement Professionals

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Legal Update Podcast for Law Enforcement Professionals

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27 Ratings
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By Agent22s - Feb 11 2019
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I had the pleasure to go through advanced search and seizure. I learned so much from just a single 8 hour course. This free podcast should be in every LEO favorite podcast!

Excellent Law Facilitator

By m2102 - May 02 2018
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I had the pleasure of having Mr. Barnard as a Constitutional Law instructor while at FLETC. Mr. Barnard excels at breaking down complicated case law into terms that a field officer can easily remember. He has an extraordinary ability to captivate the audiences attention and hold it during some of the driest material. I will never forget his “Fishing story”. Ha! Great instructor with a mastery of complex law.

iTunes Ratings

27 Ratings
Average Ratings
25
0
0
0
2

Wish I could rate higher!

By Agent22s - Feb 11 2019
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I had the pleasure to go through advanced search and seizure. I learned so much from just a single 8 hour course. This free podcast should be in every LEO favorite podcast!

Excellent Law Facilitator

By m2102 - May 02 2018
Read more
I had the pleasure of having Mr. Barnard as a Constitutional Law instructor while at FLETC. Mr. Barnard excels at breaking down complicated case law into terms that a field officer can easily remember. He has an extraordinary ability to captivate the audiences attention and hold it during some of the driest material. I will never forget his “Fishing story”. Ha! Great instructor with a mastery of complex law.
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Broadcast BLUE

Latest release on Aug 03, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Identify Passengers During Traffic Stops

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United States v. Landeros   9thCIR   11JAN2019

Bruce-Alan Barnard explains the ruling in this case which answers the question: Can a traffic stop be extended simply because a passenger refuses to identify himself?

Nov 04 2019

30mins

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Rank #2: Traffic Stop – Permissible Questions

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United States v. Smith  5thCIR   12MAR2020

In this episode, Bruce-Alan Barnard discusses this case which provides a great example of using questions that are permissible while conducting a traffic stop to establish the reasonable suspicion required under the Rodriguez Rule to extend the traffic stop into a Terry Stop.

Mar 22 2020

34mins

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Rank #3: Catching Flies with Honey

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United States v. Bernard, 4thCIR 24JUN2019 – In this case Bruce-Alan Barnard analyzes a case where consent is a key part of extending a traffic stop into an investigative detention and Fifth Amendment Miranda issues are created under the “functional equivalent of questioning.”

Jul 27 2019

35mins

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Rank #4: Chalk it up as a SEARCH!

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Taylor v. City of Saginaw, Sixth Circuit, 11APR2019

In this episode, Bruce discusses the case Taylor v. City of Saginaw where the Sixth Circuit held that merely touching a tire to put chalk on it to enforce parking laws is a search under the Fourth Amendment requiring a warrant or a Judicially Recognized Exception (JRE).  This is the second case in as many months where the courts have  ruled physical touches of effects are Fourth Amendment searches. Are the floodgates opening on Jones searches?

Apr 28 2019

31mins

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Rank #5: The Case of the Screen Door Sweep

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United States v. Richmond   7th CIR   13MAY2019

Presented by LEA ONE – Bruce-Alan Barnard is your host and he discusses this case where the Seventh Circuit extends a Terry Frisk behind a front porch screen door.

May 18 2019

21mins

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