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Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer The final installment of a three-part series called “Can Police Do That?’ took place Tuesday evening in the Student Union Building on campus. Murfreesboro attorney Scott Kimberly and his father, retired attorney Richard Kimberly, reviewed the topics discussed during previous weeks of the program, which covered …

Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer An event titled “Can Police Do That?” took place Tuesday afternoon in the Student Union Building on campus. The event was the second of a three-part series that addresses interactions with the police, constitutional rights and other issues in the legal field. Murfreesboro Attorneys Scott Kimberly …

Photo and story by William Green / Contributing Writer  A local criminal defense lawyer instructed a group of students on the ins and outs of police searches and their constitutional rights in those situations Monday in the Student Union Building as a part of a three-week lecture series. Attorney W. Scott Kimberly gave the talk …

Story by Kristina Kincer // Contributing Writer Attorney-at-law Scott Kimberly and retired criminal defense attorney Richard Kimberly are teaching students about using constitutional rights while cooperating with police in a two-part seminar called “Can Police Do That?” During the first seminar on Wednesday night, Scott Kimberly and Richard Kimberly explained how police are only allowed …

In the second of their four-part lecture series on constitutional rights during interactions with the police, Murfreesboro defense attorneys Scott and Richard Kimberly attempted to clarify the rights a person has while being detained by police. The Kimberlys define “seizure” as a “restriction of your right to leave.” The two most common types of seizure are …

In the first of a four part seminar in the Cason-Kennedy Nursing Building, Attorneys Scott and Richard Kimberly began answering the question, “Can police do that?” The series is intended to inform MTSU students of their constitutional rights when being searched, questioned, arrested or tried. This week focused primarily on the fourth, fifth, sixth and …