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Fifth Circuit Rule for Plaintiff in Free Speech Challenge to Sheriff Office Facebook Page

Steven D. Schwinn, John Marshall Law School The Fifth Circuit ruled earlier this week that a sheriff office's official Facebook page was a public forum; that the office's posting rules were based on the viewpoint of the poster, in violation… … Continue reading

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Georgia Court of Appeals Dismisses Personal Injury Claim Against Polk County Sheriff

In a typical personal injury claim arising from a car accident, the plaintiff is free to sue the defendant for damages at any time prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations, which is normally two years for personal … Continue reading

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North Carolina Sheriff Says Immigration Program is Here to Stay

A North Carolina debate over the role of county sheriffs in immigration enforcement mirrors nationwide unease in the age of the Trump. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts –

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A New Sheriff in Town?

On January 5, 2009, Granta Nakayama introduced Adam Kushner as the USEPA’s new Director of the Office of Civil Enforcement (“OCE”) (effective January 11, 2009). Kushner was previously the Director of the Air Enforcement Division of OCE and oversaw the… … Continue reading

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The Gift that Keeps Giving? If Elected to U.S. Senate, Sheriff Joe Arpaio will to Revive Birther Movement, Challenge Barack Obama's Presidency

Photo courtesy of Sheriff Joe Arpaio for U.S. Senate Website NPR reports that Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County (Arizona) sheriff who is running for U.S. Senate in Arizona, says that once elected, he will renew his quest to demonstrate… … Continue reading

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