Brown & Blue Research and Training Presents:
BRADY-GIGLIO and ITS IMPACT ON LAW ENFORCEMENT
This course is a one-hour explanation of the law of Brady v. Maryland and Giglio v. United States, and how this law impacts the law enforcement officers.
Topics covered include: What do Brady v. Maryland and Giglio v. U.S. mean for law enforcement? What duties apply to law enforcement agencies under these cases, and what duties apply to prosecutors? What are the impacts of these cases in practical terms? What are Brady lists? Are their remedies for officers who are put on Brady lists? How should officers testify when Brady issues arise? What are the latest trends in disciplinary cases involving dishonesty or bias that may involve Brady-Giglio?
INSTRUCTOR: Gary Young
Director, Brown & Blue Research and Training Group
Partner, Keating O'Gara law firm, Lincoln, Nebraska
Mr. Young is a attorney in Lincoln, Nebraska who has served law enforcement for 20 years. Young represents a law enforcement employee groups throughout Nebraska, including many of the largest police and sheriff's employee groups statewide. Mr. Young has represented more than 150 officers in critical incidents, officer involved shootings, and in several dozen grand jury proceedings. He has also represented officers in more than 600 I.A. investigations. He is certified by Force Science® Institute as an Advanced Specialist in the Analysis of Force Encounters.
This is an ONLINE course that can be used remotely over a one year period as time allows attendees to complete the training. Once the attendee has completed the training, he or she will receive a certificate of completion for training record keeping purposes.