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Defending Police Excessive Force Cases The United States Supreme Court has held local governments are not liable for their employees' constitutional torts solely because they employ such tortfeasors.
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Iowa High Speed Police Pursuits A police vehicle pursuing an actual or suspected felon (or in response to an incident dangerous to the public) may park or stand that vehicle anywhere, disregard laws governing direction...
Special Considerations with In-Custody Death Claims It goes without saying that the risks associated with law enforcement can be extreme, and final, for officers and arrestees.
Federal vs. State Causes of Action The doctrine of sovereign immunity, which applies to state law claims against police officers, was imported wholesale from England and was based on the belief that the king was a divine...
Correctional Medical Care Cases A case involving correctional medical care has inherent tension because of the distinct roles of the correctional staff and the medical staff.
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