Posts Tagged ‘1st amendment protection for government employee’
WHY THE LEE MONUMENT LAWSUIT AGAINST RPD?0
July 4, 2020 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
QUESTION: “I would like to know why you think dispersing an unruly crowd with non-lethal means is a civil rights …
Category Assault & Battery, Civil Rights, Commentary, Excessive Force, Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Speech and Press, Religious Freedom | Tags: 1st amendment protection for government employee, LEE MONUMENT PROTEST, robert e lee, rpd suit, suit against rpd, Thomas H. Roberts
Summary of Virginia Whistleblower laws0
March 24, 2020 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Does Virginia have “Whistle-Blower” protection? Yes. An employee of Virginia state or local governments have protection against retaliation or discipline …
Category Civil Rights, Employment Law, FOIA, Freedom of Speech and Press | Tags: 1st amendment protection for government employee, virginia whistleblower, whistle blower, whistleblower