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      By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  November 2, 2022 With Police Reform sweeping the nation now could be as good as time as ever to talk about the 1967 Supreme Court ruling of Brady vs Maryland and how this decision affects police officers and the work that they do. Police Officers when hired raise their right hand and swear to uphold the United States Constitution and among other things always tell the truth and keep their private lives unsullied. But what happens to police officers who get caught lying? Do they just go on with life and...

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      By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  October 28, 2022 Law Enforcement Officers across the nation share many things in common but one thing for certain is that they field calls in all kinds of weather including rain, sleet and snow. For some officers it is important to have a police notebook that can survive taking notes in the rain for others it may not be as important. In 2020 COPJOT started it's own research and development on creating their own all weather weatherproof notepad. We reached out to many of our valued repeat buyer custumers and asked...

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By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  October 28, 2022 If by chance you missed it or maybe you have never even heard of the case State of Maryland vs. Adnan Syed, he was released from prison this past week after a motion to vacate was granted by Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Melissa M. Phinn, effectively setting him free.  Adnan Syed's case was the center of a popular podcast "Serial" with host and journalist Sarah Keonig, who was a former reporter for the Baltimore Sun. For the more senior police officers reading this we know the Baltimore Sun newspaper as...

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      By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  October 5, 2022 Wrongful Convictions – Is it just the price of doing business in the American Justice system? Wrongful convictions and convictions overturned has not always been an interest for me. Over the years of my career, I started to see a pattern in the trial court where individuals are unable to pay for an attorney and are appointed a public defender. Don't get me wrong, I do have a lot of respect for public defenders. I believe that they carry a case load that is a specific niche others...

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By Brian Humenuk, COPJOT Police Notebooks and Pens -  September 1, 2022 For may new police officers who are pulling in arrests faster than the New England Patriots were winning super bowls in the early years of the Bill Belichick era, court testimony for those arrests will loom. Yes, you guessed it I am a New Englander. Be patient: Your turn will come For some officers it could take five years or more to make it to the witness stand and raise your right hand. For others that timeframe could be much shorter. The inner workings of the road to justice is a...

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