There are many different situations when the public may come into contact with law enforcement. Each interaction has its own set of guidelines and advice. This month, I address law enforcement interactions in a criminal context. Deciding whether or not to talk to law enforcement is a difficult decision. As a criminal defense attorney, there are several rules that guide advice.
DALLAS – Oct 26, 2016 – After seven years of exemplary service, pilot Ameer Siddiqui was suspended and later fired because an unidentified employee allegedly viewed him as a “security concern,” according to an employment discrimination lawsuit filed against Netjets, Inc., and amended this morning in the Southern District Court of Florida (Case No. 1:16-cv-23924).
There’s a knock on your door from an employee alleging discrimination. The employee doesn’t want to cause a problem, and asks you not to say anything. But, the employee is definitely uncomfortable, and mentions that a supervisor (who just gave that employee a poor review) made comments when no one else was around, that made this employee uncomfortable.