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The Elijah McClain Case with Graham Judd

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Join us as we sit down with Graham Judd, an expert in the field of paramedics and medical education, to address a topic that's sparking controversy across the nation: the criminal prosecution of paramedics.
This episode peels back the layers of the Elijah McClain case, illustrating the complex interplay between emergency medical services and law enforcement, and the daunting implications this has for professionals on the front lines. The conversation isn't just about dissecting one case; it's about understanding the domino effect of such legal precedents and the unnerving message it sends to our first responders.
Amid the uproar of media narratives, we navigate the murky waters of ketamine use in field interventions and the autopsy report revisions that shook the foundations of the Aurora case. Through discussions with Graham, we examine the impact these narratives have on public perception and the legal ramifications that have ensued. Our conversation doesn't shy away from the elephant in the room: the controversial diagnosis of excited delirium and its disproportionate application, a topic that's as misunderstood as it is polarizing.
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Join us as we sit down with Graham Judd, an expert in the field of paramedics and medical education, to address a topic that's sparking controversy across the nation: the criminal prosecution of paramedics.
This episode peels back the layers of the Elijah McClain case, illustrating the complex interplay between emergency medical services and law enforcement, and the daunting implications this has for professionals on the front lines. The conversation isn't just about dissecting one case; it's about understanding the domino effect of such legal precedents and the unnerving message it sends to our first responders.
Amid the uproar of media narratives, we navigate the murky waters of ketamine use in field interventions and the autopsy report revisions that shook the foundations of the Aurora case. Through discussions with Graham, we examine the impact these narratives have on public perception and the legal ramifications that have ensued. Our conversation doesn't shy away from the elephant in the room: the controversial diagnosis of excited delirium and its disproportionate application, a topic that's as misunderstood as it is polarizing.
Today’s episode is brought to you by Officer Privacy! OfficerPrivacy.com is an LEO-owned company that scrubs your private information from the internet so you and your family don't have to worry about crazies or criminals showing up at your front door. The best way to reclaim your privacy going into 2024 is to use Officer Privacy. You won’t regret it!

Join Our Tribe of Courageous Leaders:

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Get Weekly Articles by Travis Yates
Join Us At Our Website
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Join The Courageous Police Leadership Alliance

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