Section 1983 False Arrest Basics

30 Sep , 2022

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This CLE goes through the process of a 1983 False Arrest and Excessive Force case from beginning to end. We will discuss the Notice of Claim requirements, eligible criminal dispositions, life of a case, sample complaints, and the new United States Supreme Court case, Thompson v. Clark. 

This CLE is designed to explain to you when and where a 1983 Civil Rights claim will exist.

 

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