Admin Next Time: 203-26 Basics Governed Textually? What is "Seizure" of a person? Memphis 1974, Report‐ ed Burglary Class 7: Arrest Warrants Two officers saw man (Garner) running across the yard. Man stopped at a six-foot high fence. Arrest Warrants Facts Excessive Force Garner Using his flashlight, officer could see his face and hands, and was reasonably sure suspect was unarmed. Called, "Police, Halt!" Garner started climbing fence. Officer shot him in the back of the head. He died shortly. $10 and purse found on his body. Held Reasoning Class 7 Post Class Arrest Warrants.mmap - 1/5/09 - The Mindjet Team 19 year old speeding (73 mph in a 55 mph zone) High speed chase down two-lane roads in Georgia 12 cars passed The video: key moments Collision in the Mall Facts Excessive Force Cars pulled over / swerved Ran two red lights Scott (officer whose car was hit in mall) rammed car. Scott Ran off road. Quadriplegic Other possibly relevant facts Nationally approx. 350 deaths each year in high-speed chases 1983 Case Procedural Posture Qualified Immunity Summary Judgment Arrest Warrants Facts viewed in light most favorable to nonmovant (plaintiff) Held Reasoning Watson Class 7: Arrest Warrants PC to Arrest Facts Payton But no warrant, and arrest made in arrestee's home. Held Reasoning Warrantless Home Arrests Facts Steagold Arrest warrant for Lyons. Twelve officers enter home of Steagald Held Reasoning Close Calls Olson Class 7 Post Class Arrest Warrants.mmap - 1/5/09 - The Mindjet Team Did not find Lyons. Did find cocaine. Arrested Steagald.
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