Murfreesboro Attorneys Scott Kimberly and Hunter Fowler will host an event titled "Can Police Do That?" at Middle Tennessee State University, which returns for its fourth consecutive year and will discuss interaction with the police, constitutional rights, and a number of other issues in the legal field. The series is sponsored jointly by the MTSU College Democrats, the MTSU College Republicans, and the Young Americans for Liberty.
The series is scheduled to take place over three weeks in April, with all events starting at 7:00 p.m. on the following nights: Monday, April 2, 2018; Tuesday, April 10, 2018; and Tuesday, April 17, 2018. All events will be held in Room SUB 221 in the Student Union Building at Middle Tennessee State University. For details on subjects and locations, visit www.CanPoliceDoThat.com.
Kimberly and Fowler will host the seminar with retired criminal defense attorney Richard Kimberly. Combined, Scott, Hunter, and Richard have over thirty years of experience in criminal law and criminal justice.
"We have found over the years that the issues we discuss in this class are issues that affect everyday citizens," said Scott. "We want people to know their rights when interacting with police and we want to educate people in a way that is both informative and entertaining, drawing upon the years of experience and various situations that we have encountered."
Kimberly and Fowler practice at The Law Office of W. Scott Kimberly, located on the Murfreesboro Public Square, which focuses its criminal defense practice on defending individuals charged with felony and misdemeanor offenses.
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