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Dershowitz: Former Officer Potter's Conviction is "Dangerous"

Officer Potter, a decorated policewoman with more than two decades of service, simply did not commit a crime. The prosecution conceded that she did not intend to shoot Wright and that she made a mistake by pulling out and firing a gun instead of a Taser.

December 27, 2021

Point of Law: Mentally Ill Suspect Attacking with Vehicle
Point of Law: Warrantless Search Incident to Arrest
Understanding Fourth Amendment Seizure
Point of Law: Excessive Force in Custody

Point of Law: Excessive Force in Custody

A lawsuit by the family of a man who died in a holding cell was dismissed by a federal circuit court, but the Supreme Court ruled it needed further review.

September 15, 2021

Point of Law: Detention After Finding No PC
Point of Law: Shooting at Moving Vehicles

Point of Law: Shooting at Moving Vehicles

In Orn v. City of Tacoma, the Ninth Circuit ruled that a case against officers who shot at a suspect’s vehicle and paralyzed the suspect can go forward.

June 9, 2021

Point of Law: When is an Officer-Involved Shooting a Seizure?
Point of Law: Using Pole Cameras for Surveillance
Point of Law: Training is No Laughing Matter
Point of Law: Excessive Force and Failure to Intervene
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