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Civil Rights – Excessive Force – Truancy Summons – Entry Into Home (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court looks to a 2003 Virginia Attorney General Opinion to hold that a Prince William County police officer could not rely on Va. Code § 19.2-74(A)(3) to support his warrantless entry into a home to serve a truancy summons on plaintiff’s sister, and the court denies defendant police officers’ motion to ...

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