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Wrongful Seizure Leads to...

November 22, 2022

In today’s case from the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals our officers made several mistakes that led to the court ruling against qualified immunity for them.

Highest Court Refuses to Review Officer's Immunity
October 25, 2022

The Supreme Court recently declined to take up an appeal sought by the widow of Antonio Gordon, pertaining to the 6th Circuit’s decision in Gordon v. Bierenga, which granted immunity to the police officer who fatally shot Gordon in a drive-through line during vehicular flight. 

Am I Under Arrest?

October 4, 2022


Post the Supreme Court’s ruling in Vega v. Tekoh, today we will highlight a case from the Eleventh Circuit that focuses on when Miranda rights should be read and when they do not have to be based on whether or not a person is in custody.

What Validates Use of Force?

November 15, 2022

Today’s case from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals involves the use of deadly force and poses a question regarding qualified immunity. The standard used to examine the use of force is proscribed by Tennessee v. Garner. 

Pepper Spray and Unreasonable Use of Force
October 18, 2022

Today’s Legal Update from the Tenth Circuit highlights excessive force being used after a suspect is handcuffed. 

Utilizing the Search Incident to Arrest Exception
September 27, 2022

Our case today arises from a decision by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. The suspect today fell victim to a false advertisement published by an undercover agent, and was subsequently arrested for engaging in said ad. 

Deadly Use of Force Against and Armed Suspect
November 1, 2022

Today’s case from the Ninth Circuit involves the use of deadly force by a Sergeant, who was subsequently denied qualified immunity which he later appealed.

Suspicious Behavior Leads to Three Pat-Downs
October 11, 2022

In this week’s case, the Seventh Circuit explores the scope and limitations implicit within the reasonable suspicion requirement, as applied in the context of an officer-suspect pat down during the execution of a traffic stop.

What Types of Information Establish Probable Cause?

September 20, 2022


Today’s case from the Eighth Circuit is an interesting one, mainly because it involves a wannabe lawyer who may or may not be involved in sex trafficking.