In this episode, Curt discusses the recent acquittal of two Prince George’s County volunteer firefighters with Attorney Brian Bregman. Brian represented one of the firefighters accused of assaulting two female career firefighters at the scene of a structure fire in 2015.
The incident raises a number of interesting legal issues, some of which are addressed here, and some of which will be addressed in an upcoming podcast. This podcast is a long one – close to an hour. My apologies for the audio quality at the beginning – but it improves after the first minute.
Here is a press release about the case: Press-Release.Final_.051317
Brian R. Bregman, Attorney and Counselor at Law
Washington, DC and Maryland, United States of America
Mr. Bregman is a very well-rounded litigator and advocate, regularly practicing law in the Federal and State Courts in Washington, DC and all parts of Maryland. He is admitted to practice before numerous international criminal tribunals, various specialized courts (including military trial and appellate courts), the United States Tax Court, and the Supreme Court of the United States of America. His background and experience lies not only with the law, but also in the areas of forensic analysis and investigation; forensic pathology, injury, and death investigation; technology, encryption, cybersecurity, and crypto-currencies; taxation, audits, and accounting (including analysis of financial cases, fraud, embezzlement, and money laundering cases), and business structures and transactional work. This breadth of knowledge enables him to analyze cases from multiple angles and viewpoints to provide the most complete representation to his clients. He became an EMT at age 16 and has been a nationally registered paramedic for over 20 years. He has been a volunteer firefighter, EMS provider, and rescue technician in Prince George’s County for almost 25 years, a death investigator appointed by the Medical Examiner’s office for nearly a decade, worked as a firefighter/paramedic in Antarctica, and also worked in law enforcement as a reserve police officer. He travels the world for both business and pleasure, negotiating business deals and litigating cases; he has traveled to over 25 countries and set foot on every continent except Australia.