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Blood-draw brouhaha, part 2

Blood-Draw Brouhaha, Continued: More on Payne v. Wubbels By Ken K. Gourdin As I previously noted in a post from a few days ago, Salt Lake City Police Detective Jeff Payne’s body-cam footage of his arrest of University of Utah … Continue reading

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Blood-draw brouhaha

Hospital Blood-Draw Brouhaha—Wubbels v. Payne: Salt Lake Police Detective Jeff Payne Arrests Burn Unit Charge Nurse Alex Wubbels After She Refuses to Permit Blood Draw from Comatose Patient By Ken K. Gourdin Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for … Continue reading

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When is a Warrant Required to Enter a Home or to Arrest Someone?

When is a Warrant Required for Police to Enter a Home and/or to Make an Arrest?  The Chief Case is Instructive  By Ken K. Gourdin This comes with the usual caveats: (1) I am not a lawyer; (2) This post … Continue reading

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