Civil rights – Lethal drive – Certified immunity – Massachusetts Attorneys Weekly

1. Circuit

January 19, 2021

When a civil rights complaint was filed against a defendant who shot and killed a passenger in a vehicle driven by a burglar suspect who escaped a crime scene, the fourth amendment was not violated as the use of force by the Soldiers was objectively appropriate. The defendant’s summary judgment confirmed. “The applicant Jessica Fagre (‘Fagre’), …

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