Nolan | Perroni wins second case for decorated Northampton Police Lt.

Attorney Gary Nolan and the NEPBA favorably resolved the second of two disciplinary cases for Northampton Police Lt. Al Borowski, both of which stemmed from a series of malicious, anonymous letters. After an arbitrator found that there was no just cause for the initial case, the City agreed to completely rescind the discipline levied in the second matter, and also vacated all of the internal affairs findings related to the case. Congratulations to Lt. Borowski on his clean ...

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Nolan | Perroni wins important court ruling protecting NH police privacy rights

Attorney Peter Perroni and the NEPBA prevailed in a showdown with City Hall and a NH newspaper, both seeking to force the release of an arbitration decision involving the Portsmouth Police Supervisor’s Union. The union intervened in this important court battle to protect the privacy rights of not just its member, but to protect the rights of all unionized NH police officers and law enforcement officials.

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Source: Legal
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Federal Court gives green light to secretly record police and government officials

A Massachusetts Federal District Court judge this week has ruled that it is ok to secretly record police officers and other government officials performing their duities in public. In doing so, the Court concluded that wiretapping charges levied against such offending individuals are unconstitutional. While it is not unexpected that we have come to this point given the widespread available technology, some very disturbing warnings lie within the 44 page court ruling.

In making her ruling, the judge stated ...

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