Defending Land-Use Cases When the Elected Ofﬁcial Is the Problem
What to Do When They Say Something They Shouldn’t Have
By Christopher D. Balch
A well-conducted investigation will go a long way to helping a defense, but it is as much about public relations as about finding the truth and protecting public trust.
Do the First Amendment rights of the ofﬁcial supersede the ability of the local government to respond, sanction, or address the conduct?For the Defense, February, 2019
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