episode 66

YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!

May 31, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

What Police Officers Need To Know About Going to Court, and How Police and Prosecutors Can Restore Public Trust

Chief Criminal Deputy County Attorney Jonathan Mosher (Pima County, Arizona) and Homicide Detective Josh Cheek share their lessons learned from taking serious violent offenders to trial and how police officers can be better witnesses. We also discuss the importance of establishing and retaining public trust by the way we investigate and prosecute crimes. Other Tangents include some commentary on the War on Drugs, the CSI effect, and considerations for arrest and charging decisions for law enforcement.

Mentioned in this Episode:

Win Your Case, by Gerry Spence

“The Lelevier Case:” Man murders his step-daughter

Tucson Police Officer shot in the head

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