Robbery

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How Not To Train Employees: Stage A Fake Armed Robbery

Ever wonder how your employees would handle a life-threatening situation? Well, four supervisors of the West Kern Water District apparently did. And they didn’t just wonder; concerned about robberies in the area and following...more

Does Florida Law Prevent Injured Robbery Victims from Filing Claims Against Convenience Stores?

The law does offer some exemptions for convenience stores when robbery victims suffer injuries on the premises. However, there is no universal convenience store exemption. If a store does not meet strict security...more

Short Wins - The "A U.S. Attorney In California Does The Right Thing Edition"

There are two interesting opinions I'd like to highlight from this crop. First, there's United States v. Prado from the Seventh Circuit. Every now and again, in sentencing, a district court will say it can't consider...more

BB&K Police Bulletin: Warrantless Home Search

Supreme Court Upholds Warrantless Home Search Where One Occupant Consents Following Suspect’s Arrest - Overview: The Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can conduct warrantless home searches based upon one...more

Short Wins - The Bizarre Supervised Release Condition Edition

There are some good wins in the federal circuits from last week, but I think that perhaps the most interesting is U.S. v. Malenya. The case deals, primarily, with supervised release conditions. ...more

BB&K Police Chief Bulletin: Involuntary Confession - Involuntary Confession Induced by False Promise of Leniency Inadmissible

Overview: A California appellate court recently ruled that an involuntary confession motivated by an officer’s false promises of leniency was not admissible at trial. During the interrogation, the officer repeatedly asserted...more

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