|Faculty:||David M. Hazan, Stuart E. Jacobs|
|Production Date:||December 28, 2010|
|Practice Areas:||Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Litigation & Appeals, Texas Specialty - Civil Appellate Law, Texas Specialty - Civil Trial Law, Texas Specialty - Criminal Appellate Law, Texas Specialty - Criminal Law|
Litigating Section 1983 false arrest and malicious prosecution claims involves a number of complex procedural issues and legal principles, and requires a thorough understanding of the ins and outs of this complicated federal statute. In this presentation, criminal defense and civil rights attorneys David M. Hazen and Stuart E. Jacobs discuss the statutory elements of false arrest and malicious prosecution claims, and provide strategic and tactical insights into litigating these cases. Beginning with an examination of the statute of limitations for federal and New York State Section 1983 claims, Mr. Hazen and Mr. Jacobs elucidate complicated legal concepts and doctrines such as “probable cause”, “reasonable belief”, and the fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine. The program also covers failure to intervene claims, damages for Section 1983 claims, and prolonged arrest detention claims. With reference to a number of pivotal Supreme Court, Second Circuit and New York State cases, Mr. Hazen and Mr. Jacobs equip attorneys with the knowledge necessary to provide diligent and aggressive legal representation to clients bringing Section 1983 claims.
I. Introduction to Section 1983 Litigation
II. False Arrest-False Imprisonment
III. Prolonged Arrest Detention Claims
IV. Malicious Prosecution Claims
Debra (Richmond Hill, NY)
Informative, organized and well presented
Alice (Bolingbrook, IL)
These lawyers were intelligent and awesome!
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Michael (Sacramento, CA)
Great overview...nicely organized with good examples and nice outlines of various rules of law/statutes.
James (Spring Lake, NJ)
Thomas (Whippany, NJ)
I was a cop for 28 years, a very good explanation of 1983
samson (Woodmere, NY)
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Andrew (Mobile, AL)
Good sound course on the subject
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Cecilia (Binghamton, NY)
Presenters' experience is evident. Very helpful and thorough. Good coverage of topics without overdoing any. I would like to attend another by these two.
Amy (floral park, NY)
Very informative, very thorough.
Virgil (Durango, CO)
Outstanding presentation. Good speakers, knowledgeable, well organized, crisp and very well paced delivery alternating between the two presenters.
Brooks (Colleyville, TX)
Very helpful information.
Peter (Munster, IN)
Michael (WALLKILL, NY)
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Benjamin (New York, NY)
Nice summary of recent Section 1983 law.
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Elizabeth (Chicago, IL)
Excellent presentation, complete with good identification of hazards and potential problems. Thanks.
Adam (Valatie, NY)
Great course. Fascinating and important subject matter, and the material was thorough, well organized, and covered a really good variety of issues. Excellent.
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Prescott (Washington, DC)
I enjoyed it - a very interesting subject matter.
Arman (Glendale, CA)
Very informative and Educational thank you
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