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WW - Current Issues in Jail Litigation

Total Credits: 1.0 including 0.0 Ethics CLE, 1.0 CLE

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Webinar Wednesday
Timothy Bojanowski |  Rachel Love
51 Minutes
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Learn the trends regarding substance use disorder and how corrections civil defense lawyers can assist when defendants challenge provisions of in-custody mental health care and access to counsel during the course of criminal prosecutions.



Timothy Bojanowski's Profile

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Attorney and Partner

Struck, Love, Bojanowski, & Acedo, PLC

A skilled advocate with an extensive and proven track record, founding partner Tim Bojanowski focuses his practice on civil rights litigation, defending private and government entities in 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and Bivens actions, including cases arising from jail and prison conditions, medical care, religion, and wrongful death claims. A former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Ohio and former municipal prosecutor, Mr. Bojanowski defended the State of Ohio in multi-million-dollar construction litigation involving state buildings, hospitals, and university facilities. Mr. Bojanowski continues to represent government entities in construction litigation. Most recently, Mr. Bojanowski successfully defended Pinal County, obtaining a dismissal of a claim based upon the notice of claim statute. NGU Contracting, Inc. v. Pinal County, Case No. CV2017-00993; Pinal County v. Fuller, 245 Ariz. 337, 429 P.3d 570 (2018).

Rachel Love's Profile

Rachel Love Related seminars and products

Attorney and Partner

Struck Love Bojanowski & Acedo, PLC

Rachel Love is an accomplished trial attorney who successfully and aggressively defends government entities, government partners, corporations, and individual defendants in complicated and high stakes litigation. Ms. Love focuses her practice on defense of America’s largest partnership corrections provider, state departments of corrections, jail systems, and law enforcement agencies and their officers in civil rights litigation, including defense of 42 U.S.C. § 1983, Bivens and tort actions, class actions, and complex multi-party litigation matters. She is experienced in the successful defense of law enforcement agencies and officers in excessive force, K-9 use of force, false arrest, unlawful search, and in-custody suicide claims. Ms. Love has successfully obtained defense verdicts at trial in lawsuits alleging excessive force, K-9 excessive use of force, illegal search, and illegal interrogation cases.

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