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Reasonable Force
Reasonable Force

November 3, 2015
, so the officer was entitled to dismissal from suit.  Muehler V

Search Warrant Detentions
Search Warrant Detentions

April 30, 2013
. Muehler v. Mena Iris Mena resided in one room of a house where police served

Immigration Checks
Immigration Checks

August 2, 2012
? Muehler v. Mena Police officers with a search warrant went to a home to look

Accent on Officer Safety
Accent on Officer Safety

September 20, 2011
minimizes the risk of harm to both officers and occupants." (Muehler v. Mena)

Supreme Court Reins In Ariz. Immigration Law
Supreme Court Reins In Ariz. Immigration Law

June 25, 2012
for patrol officers. Two earlier court decisions—INS v. Delgado (1984) and Muehler v. Mena

No Explanation Required

September 1, 2008
." (Muehler v. Mena) Rolling Encounters Marked police cars

Holding Back Home Occupants

May 1, 2005
have now been addressed in a 2005 Supreme Court decision. Muehler v. Mena

Reasonable Execution of Search Warrants
Reasonable Execution of Search Warrants

August 1, 2007
of a valid warrant, the U.S. Supreme Court has said they may briefly detain and question occupants (Muehler v

Supreme Court to Consider Extent of Police Searches

June 17, 2004
citizenship by searching for immigration papers. She is a Salvadorian immigrant. The case, Muehler v

Reasonable Suspicion
Reasonable Suspicion

September 2, 2015
? In Ornelas v. U.S., the court said this: "Articulating precisely what 'reasonable suspicion

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