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Civil Rights – Qualified Immunity in Missing Teen Case (access required)

An officer who made a night-time entry into a darkened house, trailed by a man looking for his stepdaughter, has immunity from a damage suit filed by the startled homeowners, the 4th Circuit says in an analysis that distinguishes between the “community caretaker” doctrine and the “exigent circumstances” exception. Hunsberger v. Wood (VLW 009-2-119) (17 pp.)

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