Implications of Brady v. Maryland & Giglio v. United States For Municipal Police Chiefs and Command Staff
Fri, 2019-05-31 08:00 - 11:30
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Program Description 

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This program will offer municipal police chiefs and command staff practical guidance on the legal requirements that arise from the Supreme Court’s decisions in Brady v. Maryland, Giglio v. United States and their progeny in today’s litigious environment.

 

The presenters will discuss hypothetical scenarios that are based upon real-life cases with a focus upon the following issues:

 

  • How do the courts define Brady material that must be disclosed to the defense?
  • When must a Chief of Police report misconduct to the District Attorney?
  • What is the liability that arises from a failure to disclose Brady material?
  • Discussion of the Chester County Brady/Giglio Protocols
  • What are the implications of disclosure of Brady material under Pennsylvania labor law?
  • Does a police officer have due process rights in connection with “do not call” lists?

 

Christopher P. Gerber is a native of Atlantic City, New Jersey. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Pennsylvania State University in 1991. Mr. Gerber graduated from Widener University School of Law in 1995, where he was a member of the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society and the Moot Court Honor Society. He is admitted to practice in the Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania. Mr. Gerber concentrates his practice in labor and employment law, civil rights, and municipal law. Mr. Gerber frequently lectures on issues that affect public and private employers located in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

 

Carolyn Naylor Flynn is a native of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and the History and Sociology of Science. In 2005, Mrs. Flynn obtained her Juris Doctor from Temple University's James E. Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, where she earned Oral Advocacy and Distinguished Class Performance Honors and was Executive Editor of the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review. While in law school, Ms. Flynn was a certified legal intern with the Chester County District Attorney’s Office. She was thereafter hired by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where she worked for eight years in various units, including the Charging and Homicide Units. Most recently, Mrs. Flynn has worked as a litigation associate at a Connecticut law firm concentrating on employment law. She focuses her practice at Siana Bellwoar in employment, labor, and civil rights law.

Location/Date/Time:

Chester County Public Safety Training Campus (Firing Range Building)

137 Modena Road

Coatesville, PA 19320

 

Friday - May 31, 2019                       8:30am -11:30am (Registration at 8:00am)

 

Registration at: destraining.chesco.org

Fee:  $25.00 (Covers cost of instruction and Continental Breakfast)

Class size is limited to (48) attendees

Location

Chester County Public Safety Training Campus
137 Modena Road
Coatesville, PA 19320
United States

Course details

  • Event starts: Fri, May 31 2019 - 8:00 am
  • Event ends: Fri, May 31 2019 - 11:30 am
  • Course opens: Tue, Apr 16 2019
  • Course expires: Mon, May 27 2019
  • Cost: $25.00