Oct 15 Tue
2019

The Shift in Stop and Frisk

12:00PM - 02:00PM Tenley Campus - Yuma YT01 Grossman Hall

A discussion on changes in searches and seizures and stop and frisks. Reviewing recent Supreme Court opinions, District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland cases addressing reasonable suspicion, probable cause, and exigent circumstances. How these changes effect officer's actions when performing stop and frisks and establishing reasonable suspicion or probable cause.

Featuring the following speakers:

Professor Angela Davis, Professor of Law at American University Washington College of Law.

Kenneth Troccoli, Senior Litigator, Office of the Federal Public Defender for the Eastern District of Virginia; Adjunct Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law

Michael Bruckheim, Partner, Bruckheim & Patel, Washington, D.C.; Adjunct Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law


CLE Credit Information:

1.5 CLE credit hours will be provided for states of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia upon the request of attendees. American University Washington College of Law is an accredited CLE provider for Virginia and Pennsylvania, with reciprocity for New York and New Jersey, and with accreditation for all other states applied for as requested. For more information upon how to obtain CLE credits by attending this symposium, please contact cle@wcl.american.edu.

 

Organizer

Criminal Law Practitioner

Special Events & CLE

202-274-4075
secle@wcl.american.edu

Where

Washington College of Law
Tenley Campus - Yuma YT01 Grossman Hall
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington DC
20016