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An adjudicated expert in most, if not all, federal/state criminal investigations. Also an adjudicated and CJA approved expert in federal post-conviction advocacy, sentencing mitigation and the federal prison system.
27-years in both state and federal law enforcement.
Bachelor of Arts Degree and Graduate Studies at George Washington University. Graduate of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy as well as both the Basic and Advanced Special Agent Courses at Quantico, VA.
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In principle, yes, this is correct. However, there is a lot of "wiggle room" for law enforcement if they can articulate that your "filming" was interfering with their official duties. A good rule of
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