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 February 13, 2018  Posted by  Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

FourthAmendment.com writes:

A police officer’s handcuffing a compliant child after a discussion in the school office violated the child’s Fourth Amendment rights. The event was long past with no risk of violence being shown by the child by the time that happened. The law, however, wasn’t clearly established by that time, and the officer gets qualified immunity. E.W. v. Dolgos, 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 3245 (4th Cir. Feb. 12, 2018)

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  One Response to “Handcuffing a compliant student at school violated their Fourth Amendment rights, but officer gets qualified immunity”

  1. There should be no such thing as “immunity”.

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