Know Your Rights: A Discussion on Documenting Police Encounters

 

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Join us Saturday, June 12, 2021 for a discussion on documenting police encounters and our rights as individuals. CMAC’s Education Coordinator Lisa Talley will be joined by law professor Logan Tennerelli and federal public defender Megan Hopkins in a live stream discussion to provide insight into acting safely and ethically when documenting police encounters.

There’s more to it than simply whipping out your iPhone. Don’t miss out!

When: Saturday, June 12, at 2 p.m.

Where: Register for the Zoom webinar, or watch live on Facebook

Let us know you’re coming! Share your questions with us at info@cmac.tv.

DISCLAIMER: Ms. Hopkins and Ms. Tennerelli appear in their individual capacity only, not on behalf of the Federal Defender’s Office or San Joaquin College of Law. Any opinions expressed during this discussion do not necessarily reflect the views of their respective employers or CMAC. The information provided on this discussion does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice or create an attorney-client relationship with anyone; instead, all information shared is the opinion of these legal professionals. Please contact your attorney to obtain advice concerning any particular legal matter.

Register for the Zoom webinar, or watch live on Facebook.

Posted: 2 weeks ago / Updated: 7 days ago

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