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Seeking to mitigate the negative publicity swirling around his client ahead of a murder trial, defense attorney Charles Grose asked a judge to expand a gag order to include the victim’s mother, other members of her family and all their online supporters.

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Labor & Employment – Public Employees – Constitutional – Free Speech – Police – Corruption Complaint – Tort/Negligence – Wrongful Termination

Hunter v. Town of Mocksville Although the plaintiff-police officers have made a sufficient showing that their First Amendment rights were violated when they were fired after reporting suspected corruption in the Mocksville Police Department, they have not shown that their right to make the report was clearly established at the time they were fired

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