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Point of Law: SCOTUS’ Ruling on Malicious Prosecution
Point of Law: Suspicious Movements Can Lead to a Reasonable Frisk
Point of Law: ECW Use and  Qualified Immunity

Point of Law: ECW Use and Qualified Immunity

A Wyoming case involving an officer using an electronic control weapon during an arrest is critically important for helping you understand when you can legally use your TASER.

March 10, 2022

Point of Law: Recent Rulings on Exigency
Editorial: Crime and No Punishment
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

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